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Advancing Product Design Workflows in Manufacturing

Radically Improve Design, Collaboration, and Time to Market with the World’s Most Advanced Visual Computing Platform.

Advanced Technologies Keep Industry Players Competitive

With the advent of Industry 4.0—the transformation of manufacturing by automation and big data—forward-thinking product manufacturers are engaging with a broad spectrum of pioneering technologies to reduce costs, optimize products, speed development cycles, and improve project team efficiency.

These technologies include virtual reality (VR), photorealistic rendering, real-time engineering simulation, graphics virtualization, and artificial intelligence (AI). Together, they contribute to an advanced product design workflow that enables manufacturers to create innovative, highly differentiated products and remain competitive.

A Revolutionary Approach to Design

Powered by the greatest leap in graphics computing since the invention of NVIDIA CUDA GPU in 2006, Quadro RTX with NVIDIA Turing™ architecture fuses AI, real-time ray tracing, and programmable shading to fundamentally transform the traditional product design process.

Quadro RTX is the foundation of an advanced ecosystem of hardware and software accelerating new design workflows and improving how teams collaborate. With powerful work-from-anywhere capabilities, teams today, can tackle complex 3D CAD workflows or iterate on models in real time across regions on a Quadro visual computing platform that is flexible and scalable.

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