NVIDIA has just unveiled its latest Tesla M10 video card, with four Maxwell-based GPUs onto the one PCB. The new Tegra M10 card is targeted at virtual PCs and virtual applications.
New Tegra M10 has four GM107 GPUs; each GPU has 640 CUDA cores and 8GB of GDDR5 memory for a total of 2560 CUDA cores and 32GB of GDDR5 memory with 225W TDP, powered by a single 8-Pin connector. Which is amazing considering it has four GPUs.
The Tesla M10 can support up to 64 x virtual GPU instances, and 28 x H.264 1080p 30FPS streams at once. Each user getting 512MB of VRAM, with the entire GPU filled with vGPU instances. If you’ve got 2 x Tesla M10 cards in your machine, then you can support 124 separate vGPU instances.