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Demystifying Virtualized Graphics for Client, Cloud, and Edge


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Graphics Lead, Collabora

With workloads becoming just as heterogeneous as attackers are becoming creative, security and isolation are strong requirements for graphics workloads from multi-tenant cloud systems to handsets.

This session will present an overview and insight into the many approaches and techniques for graphics virtualization, using the industry-standard Khronos OpenGL, OpenGL ES, and Vulkan APIs. Each approach provides its own benefits and tradeoffs for performance, security, and cross-vendor portability.

This session is available to watch until December 8.

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> Adam Istvan Szucs
CTO / Zeno Vision Ltd.

Whoops looks like I've added my comment in the questions section. All in all, thank you Daniel for the broad introduction of the field in GL virtualization. I liked the laid back still professional tone of your presentation!

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