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Q: Is the Test Drive available globally?
The NVIDIA GRID test drive is currently hosted in the USA from a datacenter on the west coast and only supported for connection by North American users. Your experience will vary based on your location and connection to the datacenter. To help you evaluate your connection quality the title bar of the GRID Workspace application displays ping time, frame rate and bandwidth consumed.
The NVIDIA GRID test drive is currently hosted in the USA from a datacenter on the west coast and only supported for connection by North American users. Your experience will vary based on your location and connection to the datacenter. To help you evaluate your connection quality the title bar of the GRID Workspace application displays ping time, frame rate and bandwidth consumed.

Regards,

Luke Wignall
Performance Engineering Manager
NVIDIA | Worldwide Sales ­ GRID Computing
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#1
Posted 05/07/2014 08:50 PM   
In the last months we have extended the GRID Test Drive internationally. Now we have data centers in Oregon (North America), Tokyo (Asia), Singapore (SE Asia), and Dublin (Europe). When selecting "Best Experience" you get connected to the closest data center for best user experience, but you can also connect to specific locations if you want to evaluate the effect of different geographic locations.
In the last months we have extended the GRID Test Drive internationally. Now we have data centers in Oregon (North America), Tokyo (Asia), Singapore (SE Asia), and Dublin (Europe).

When selecting "Best Experience" you get connected to the closest data center for best user experience, but you can also connect to specific locations if you want to evaluate the effect of different geographic locations.

Milan Diebel, Product Manager NVIDIA GRID

#2
Posted 07/27/2014 03:17 AM   
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