BOXX Workstation Module Gets Upgraded with AMD EPYC Processors

RAXX P2G rack-mounted workstation accelerates media & entertainment production workflows.

RAXX P2G rack-mounted workstation accelerates media & entertainment production workflows.

Front angle of the RaxxP2G, a rack-mounted workstation. Image courtesy of BOXX Technologies.


BOXX Technologies announces that RAXX P2G, a rack-mounted workstation, is now available with AMD EPYC 7003-Series processors. The platform is purpose-built to power multi-displays, broadcast production and rendering workflows.

“Demanding and ever-evolving media and entertainment workflows require powerful, specific, purpose-built solutions,” says Bill Leasure, BOXX vice president of marketing. “With RAXX P2G, organizations can harness the performance of AMD EPYC processors and multiple GPUs to create, render, and broadcast with the most sophisticated, graphics-intensive applications.”

The new 64-core AMD EPYC processor inside RAXX P2G is capable of reaching 3.7GHz, while the platform also features advanced air cooling, 2TB of memory and support for up to five dual-slot AMD Radeon Pro or NVIDIA GPUs. The system offers rear panel I/O access (uncommon among GPU-focused rack systems) and allows for NVME M.2 drives through two front storage bays, as well as redundant A+B power supplies.  

RAXX P2G supports operating systems Windows 10 and 11, Ubuntu, RedHat, CentOS and modern Linux distributions. With up to 20 synchronized display ports, RAXX P2G is purpose-built to power video display walls and deliver optimal performance for production applications like Avid, Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve and Vegas POST Suite, as well as rendering engines like Blender, Redshift, V-Ray, Arnold and Octane Render.  

“In order for smaller production companies to develop and enterprise organizations to remain competitive, both require computer hardware that delivers maximum performance and flexibility for future growth,” says Leasure. “RAXX workstations are world-class, scalable solutions custom-configured to meet the specific needs of any post production facility or broadcasting company.”  

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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