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Lenovo ThinkPad P1 G3 OLED: Still Nearly Perfect
The next step in the evolution of an excellent 15.6-in. mobile workstation does not disappoint.
Lenovo ThinkPad P1 G3 OLED: Still Nearly Perfect
The next step in the evolution of an excellent 15.6-in. mobile workstation does not disappoint.
Sigmetrix Extends Computer-Based Training Curriculum
Sigmetrix expands digital training portfolio, adds two new computer-based courses: Advanced Topics of GD&T and CETOL Fundamentals.
Teradici to Deliver Performance Remote Access Technology to the Mac
Cloud Access Software delivers versatility to enable remote access of macOS with PCoIP Ultra performance.
Dynabook Rolls Out New Satellite Pro Laptop Series
The company also announced a strategic relationship with SYNNEX Corporation, provider of distribution, systems design and integration services for the technology industry.
ORNL’s Incoming Supercomputer Requires Advanced Infrastructure
Frontier will reside in the former data center of the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility’s (OLCF’s) Cray XK7 Titan supercomputer.
Army Researchers Obtain Two Supercomputers
These systems will join the Betty system in the center’s production high-performance computing infrastructure.
A Perfect Portable: MSI WS66 10TMT-207 Mobile Workstation
MSI continues to prove it is serious about CAD.
Developing Autonomous Vehicles Faster
dSPACE will work with Microsoft to offer research and development engineers in the automotive industry an end-to-end solution that is scalable, secure, efficient and agile, dSPACE reports.
Dell Precision 5750: The Smallest 17-in. Workstation
Dell’s new Precision mobile system is small but pricey.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market Projected to Reach $30 Billion by 2026
As businesses worldwide attempt to become more agile, global, virtual and secure, virtual desktop infrastructure has been gaining traction across several industry segments in recent years.
Editor’s Pick: New line of wide-format printers from technology leader
The series is designed to support the creative process for engineering and other graphics-based professional processes. 
Dell Precision 5550: Thin, Fast and Pricey
Dell recently announced a couple of new mobile workstations in its Precision line—the 5550 and 5570—offering the portability of a laptop and the processing power of a desktop PC. The Precision 5550 is reportedly the world’s smallest 15-in. mobile workstation,...
Workstation Monitors Boast Curves and Connectivity
Engineers put more consideration into monitor features as work-from-home setups emerge.
Altair PBS Professional Gets Major Update
New features within the PBS Professional base scheduler enable customers to increase throughput significantly, company says.
A Perfectly Portable Pair: Lenovo P1, X1 ThinkPads
These latest P-series laptops provide a great combination of performance, portability and price.



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