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DE Design & Simulation Summit Launches This Week!
Leading industry experts and Digital Engineering contributors headline the inaugural summit, which debuts online Thursday, Oct. 7.
Lenovo’s new 15-in. mobile workstation offers Ultra Performance Mode.

DE Design & Simulation Summit Arrives Online in October
Digital Engineering presents its inaugural online conference Oct. 7, featuring digital twin keynote panel.
Compact Rugged Computers from OnLogic Enable IoT and Edge Computing
The OnLogic Karbon 400 Series leverages the Intel Atom x6000E Series CPUs in a pair of ruggedized computers engineered for operation in challenging environments, the company says.
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Engineering On the Go
New mobile workstations from MSI provide the computing power to handle complex models and simulations, any time and any place.
Fast Workstations Need Fast Buses: Inside PCIe Gen 4
What can the latest version of this interconnect standard do for engineers?
Lenovo ThinkPad P15 Gen 1: A High-End Price/Performance Leader
Lenovo’s new 15-in. mobile workstation offers Ultra Performance Mode.
Multi-GPU BOXX Workstation New on Scene
Available with up to four NVIDIA RTX GPUs, APEXX Matterhorn accelerates GPU-centric workflows and supports NVIDIA Omniverse.
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Making the Case for Advanced Engineering Workstations
A new era of CPU horsepower is critical to unlocking workstation performance to meet the needs of modern engineering workflows built around modeling, simulation, and rendering.
HP Acquires Remote Computing Platform Teradici
Acquisition will strengthen hybrid work offerings.
Match the Workstation to the Workload
As engineers return to the office, many firms are re-evaluating their computing requirements.
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Workstation Selection: No More Guesswork
GoEngineer and Dell have partnered to streamline workstation selection for SOLIDWORKS users.
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Podcast: New Frontiers in Engineering Computing
In this podcast, AMD’s Chris Hall discusses how more powerful CPUs can unlock new levels of engineering performance.
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Advanced Product Development Resource Center Digital Issue
Our coverage of immersive design, design complexity, mobility, digital disruption, collaboration, and increased productivity is divided among five stages of the product development cycle.
New Dell Precision Workstations Boost Graphics Performance
Upgraded engineering workstations include support for latest Intel processors, powerful NVIDIA and AMD GPUs.
Lenovo ThinkStation P620: Powerful But Pricey
We review the first workstation powered by the AMD Threadripper Pro WX CPU.
Getting Better All the Time: HP ZBook Studio G7 Mobile Workstation
HP makes their lightweight mobile workstation even thinner and smaller than previous versions.



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