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NVIDIA® ForceWare® Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)
The NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture (UDA) is the foundation for the company’s award-winning ForceWare drivers and delivers forward-and-backward compatibility across all implementations of NVIDIA desktop, workstation, mobile, platform, and multimedia processors. With a single driver, UDA delivers ongoing performance and feature improvements, reduced maintenance time, increased scalability, and a lower total cost of ownership.
UDA benefits include:
Decreased maintenance time and total cost of ownership: With a single UDA driver across your enterprise, only one driver has to be managed, configured, and installed.
Ongoing improvements: NVIDIA continues to add more functionality and performance to the UDA driver. This allows older processors to enjoy more features and run faster at no additional cost.
Reduced hardware/driver conflicts: every driver is thoroughly tested with all previous products, and new products are even tested with old drivers.
Increased scalability: upgrading products and adding new hardware is simplified when your graphics solution is based on NVIDIA hardware and the UDA driver.
Future ready: The NVIDIA driver is available for over 10 different operating systems, including Windows 64-bit, Linux, and FreeBSD.
Top OEMs continue to pick generation after generation of NVIDIA graphics and platform processors for their lines of computer solutions. They recognize the excellence of NVIDIA's technology, the stability of our solutions, our dedication to ease of administration via UDA, and our commitment to delivering fantastic performance at terrific prices.
ForceWare software supports the entire line of TNT2™ processors, the GeForce™ consumer line of GPUs, the NVIDIA nForce™ platform processors, the NVIDIA Quadro® line of professional GPUs, as well as the full line of NVIDIA mobile processors.