Tuesday 1st of November 2011 you are invited to this year’s big Citrix HDX 3D conference at the Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel in Copenhagen.
Many private and public companies face the challenge; Being able to virtualize “heavy users” who use 3D applications, video conferencing, audio, etc. The latest technologies from Citrix, HP, Nvidia and Autodesk can overcome these challenges – Come and hear about the Future of VDI.
In cooperation with Citrix, HP, Nvida and Autodesk, we present an exciting conference about the ability to virtualize the PC to be able to run 3D applications that run video and audio run in HD format without a personal workstation. Come and learn about the future of work and meet the exciting profiles.
Agenda for the day is as follows:
08:30 to 09:30 Breakfast and registration
09:30 to 09:45 Welcome
09:45 to 10:30 Citrix – Derek Thorslund, Director of Product Management
Hear how Citrix can now deliver a virtualized 3D application / desktop to a user, anywhere, either via LAN or WAN.
10:30 to 10:40 Break
10:40 to 11:25 HP – Brian Andersen, Business Development
Listen to HP’s bid for hardware for this market and see how HP put together an enterprise solution that saves costs by being able to run more simultaneous virtual 3D machines using Nvidia and Citrix technologies.
11:25 to 11:35 Break
11:35 to 12:20 Autodesk – Rob Cornell, Senior Alliance Manager
autodesk talk about their new products, what they can deliver and how Autodesk products are now certified with Citrix.
12:20 to 13:20 Lunch
13:20 to 14:05 Nvidia – Walter Mundt-Blum, Vice President, PSG Sales
Get insight into Nvidia’s new products and their relationship with Autodesk, Citrix and HP. Look where we are headed in the future along with Nvidia when virtualization merges with CPU / GPU.
14:05 to 14:35 Panel Discussion
Speakers will answer questions.
14:35 to 14:45 Rounding
We look forward to seeing you for an exciting day when the visions, opportunities and future are in focus. VDI is no longer “just” VDI.
Arrow ECS, Citrix, HP, Autodesk and Nvidia