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Date: July 14, 2020
Time: 8:00am – 9:00am PT
Duration: 1 hour

As the world shifts to working remotely, geoscientists and engineers in the Energy industry need access to the same tools and solutions they rely on in the office to help them maintain productivity and efficiency. NVIDIA and our partners offer a broad set of solutions to elevate the remote working experience, allowing users to stream their most robust applications and datasets—from anywhere on any device—with a native workstation-like experience. This enables geoscientists and petroleum engineers to maintain maximum productivity from anywhere and provides CIOs with peace of mind as data never leaves the datacenter or cloud. Learn how to overcome the challenges of traditional VDI for any Oil and Gas workflow.

In this webinar you will learn:
  • The benefits of NVIDIA virtual GPU (vGPU) technology for virtual workstations.
  • Why Kosmos Energy chose GeoComputing's RiVA appliance for remote visualization and high performance geoscience computing while working from home.
  • The best way to cost effectively manage large-scale virtualization deployments and minimize business disruptions.
  • How to securely host sensitive information in the datacenter, enabling work-from-anywhere without compromising performance.



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    Jay Kirby

    Vice President for Strategic Solutions, GeoComputing Group

    As Vice President of Strategic Solutions, Jay leads business development and customer engagement at GeoComputing Group. In this capacity, Jay works closely with customers and prospects to build high value business case scenarios to deliver “Best of Breed” solutions like RiVA. Jay also provides engagement relations with OEM vendors and partners critical to the ecosystem that drives the product portfolio delivered by GeoComputing Group.

    Joel Allard

    Senior Geoscience Data Administrator, Kosmos Energy

    Joel Allard is the Senior Geoscience Data Administrator for Kosmos Energy based in Dallas. In spite of the title, Joel is involved in many aspects of the subsurface computing ecosystem at Kosmos including geoscience data management, application support, and computing infrastructure for Exploration. As an undergraduate, Joel studied both computer science and geology, and went on to earn an MS degree in Geology. With 24 years of experience in the petroleum industry, as both an individual contributor and a leader, Joel is ideally situated to interface with the geoscience, IT, and service vendor communities. In 2019 and 2020 Joel oversaw the end-to-end deployment of the GeoComputing RiVA solution at Kosmos.

    Tom Riley

    Director, Global Business Development, NVIDIA

    As Director Global Business Development, Tom leads NVIDIA customer engagement for the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) and Energy Industries. In this capacity, he works closely with NVIDIA customers, partners, ISVs and OEMs to drive strategy and execution of solutions that incorporate NVIDIA GPU hardware and software technology. This includes real-time interactive photorealistic rendering, virtualized workstations, VR for design reviews, training, and new innovative AI/DL use cases.

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