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Match the Workstation to the Workload
As engineers return to the office, many firms are re-evaluating their computing requirements.
Editor’s Pick: Open Standards Professional Rendering Engine
AMD Radeon ProRender updates apply to software developers kit and plug-ins.
Editor’s Picks: Aug. 18-25, 2021
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
AMD Radeon ProRender Developer Updates and Beta Plug-Ins Available
The company has released some updates for developers including an update to the beta of its upcoming Radeon ProRender 2.0 SDK and new beta versions of open-source plug-ins for Autodesk Maya, Blender and SideFX Houdini.
AMD RDNA™ 2; a Foundation for High Performing Graphics
The AMD RDNA™ 2 graphics foundation is built on years of dedicated graphics experience and research. It is is available in the professional range of Radeon PRO™ W6000 graphics cards. Learn more about AMD RDNA.
Editor’s Picks: Aug. 5-11, 2021
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
AMD Radeon PRO W6000X Series GPUs Bring Performance Architecture to Mac Pro
New AMD GPUs harness high-performance, energy efficient AMD RDNA 2 architecture, AMD Infinity Cache and other technologies to power professional design and content creation workload.
Why Choose Radeon™ Pro GPUs
AMD Radeon™ Pro graphics range professional GPUs are for those who need performance, durability and high quality components for increased reliability. Learn more about Radeon Pro GPUs.
Graphics Certifications Explained; the Importance of Software Certifications
Software certification is a collaborative, ongoing process of driver development and rigorous testing between AMD and Independent Software Vendors. Learn more about software certifications.
AMD Crushing Bottlenecks with PCI Express® 4.0
What exactly is PCI Express (or PCIe®) and how does it impact a modern, professional workstation?
Nature Understands The Need For Multiple Views
Setting up a second monitor is surprisingly straightforward. This document aims to explain some of the considerations, and further simplify the terminology and technologies used. Download a guide to various display output options and the proven benefits of multiple screens.
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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.
Match the Workstation to the Workload
As engineers return to the office, many firms are re-evaluating their computing requirements.
Sponsored Content
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.
Editor’s Pick: GPU Redesign Lowers Power Consumption, Speeds Rendering 
AMD says its RDNA 2 Architecture features Enhanced Compute Units with Ray Accelerators (for hardware raytracing).
Editor’s Picks: June 10-16, 2021
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.



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