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The New Age of GPU-Driven Product Design
Software companies are finding ways to accelerate CAD with GPUs beyond graphics and rendering.
Bleeding-edge HPC Power Released By Boutique Computing Vendor
Microway NumberSmasher 1U 4 GPU Single Socket Server equipped with “bleeding edge” 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and NVIDIA Tesla-generation GPUs.
Editor’s Pick: Core i9 and RTX Graphics Make for a Powerful New Mobile Workstation
MSI WS65 mobile workstation offers rugged high-end power for demanding professional work. 
The New Age of GPU-Driven Product Design
Software companies are finding ways to accelerate CAD with GPUs beyond graphics and rendering.
Superworkstations!
Design engineering workstations have become extremely powerful—where does it make sense to invest your IT budget?
Real-Time Ray Tracing Arrives
We test three of the new NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPUs.
Keep It Simple, Keep Them Coming
An easy formula for estimating cost is part of some simulation software providers’ strategy.
Eurocom Debuts the Eurocom Sky X7C Mobile Supercomputer
The Eurocom Sky X7C Mobile Supercomputer supports three different classes of GPUs.
IPG Automotive Launches Version 8.0 of the CarMaker Product Family
Simulation software features new functionalities for virtual test driving.
Blown Away: Eurocom Tornado F7W Mobile Workstation
Canadian system integrator delivers the fastest mobile workstation ever reviewed by DE.
Dyndrite Accelerated Geometry Kernel Hits the Market
This geometry-agnostic hybrid kernel is capable of interacting with multiple representations of geometry simultaneously.
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Editor’s Pick: Powerful Ray Tracing GPU for Workstations
The new NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 brings hardware-accelerated ray tracing, AI-powered features, and advanced shading to professional workflows.
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Making the Case for a Workstation-Centered Workflow
Paper helps you communicate the causes of your computing frustrations and plots out a path to rectify them.
Connecting the Thread: 5G
5G wireless may bring benefits to cloud-based CAD, IoT, simulation and digital twins.
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It Takes a Beast to Handle Beastly Data Loads
Simulation, rendering, artificial intelligence and virtual reality jobs demand way more than your everyday workstation.
Dell Precision 3530: Plenty of Power to Go
This 15.6-in. system delivers great performance and long battery life.



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