April 1, 2022
Design workflows have shifted from CAD-centric activities supported by siloed engineering and rendering departments, to more holistic environments where designers are called upon to perform frequent simulation tasks, as well as real-time rendering and visualization.
These new workflows require powerful workstations to support increasing demand for compute resources; at the same time, engineers find themselves working away from their desks more frequently.
Download the latest installment of our Making the Case series where we cover new, powerful mobile workstations that make it possible for engineers to tackle the most challenging design workflows anywhere, anytime.
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