A dedicated server with a GPU is an excellent solution for projects requiring high-performance computing resources. Everyone knows how a dedicated server differs from a personal computer. In simple words, a personal computer is a software and hardware individual computing device. In its turn, a server much more complicated equipment that serves a network of several personal and mobile devices. The main task of GPU VPS is the distribution of computing resources among all devices within the network. In other words, "computer" is relating to "server" as "apple" to "apple tree" or "planet" to "star, around which the planet revolves."
A virtual dedicated server equipped by a graphic card is a promising solution in cases where high-performance computing combined with low cost is essential.
A virtual server (virtual private server, VPS, or virtual dedicated server, VDS) is the result of the virtualization. It's created by a hypervisor running on a dedicated physical server. Several virtual servers that are based on hardware, are isolated from each other; however, they all use the power resources of the physical server. Thus, the RAM and the CPU capacities of the hardware equipment are distributed among its virtual "clones."
The evolution of virtualization technology now allows using the hypervisor to create a virtual graphics adapter, vGPU.
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