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Does Your Workstation’s Graphics Performance Measure Up?
The SPECviewperf benchmark is an important tool for gauging the graphics performance of an engineering workstation. 
When Engineering Exits the Building
Organizations must find the right technology to support engineers’ data-intense workloads as work-from-home numbers increase.
AMD, Lenovo Introduce 64-Core Workstation
Lenovo P620 is powered by Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processor
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Mixing Personal and Professional Computing with a Secondary Screen
Revisiting the use of multiple displays in the era of COVID-19
Logitech Releases MX Mouse for Mac
Popular CAD mouse now available for Mac, iPad users.
FREE WEBINAR: BOXX and NVIDIA Launch New Era of Product Development Workflows
In this webinar, you'll learn how GPU technology is enabling a new era of product design and engineering.
Perfecting Productivity With Proper Workstation Peripherals
Engineering power isn’t just in the workstation; the right monitor and mouse also make the difference.
Traditional PC Shipments Saw a Sharp Decline in Q1 2020
The decline comes even in the wake of increased demand to meet remote work and school needs, according to IDC.
Dell Precision 7540: Mobile Workstation Put Through Paces
This new 15-in. mobile workstation is a price and performance leader.
No One-Size-Fits-All Optimal System
Software use and workload should determine IT manager workstation selection.
Performance without Breaking the Bank: Velocity Micro ProMagix HD60 ATX AMD Review
This system integrator delivers a price/performance winner.
BOXX Introduces New NVIDIA-Powered Data Center System and More at GTC Digital
Multiple NVIDIA Quadro GPUs accelerate high-performance computing applications.
Security in the Era of Cloud
Stolen credentials are a greater threat than stolen laptops.
Large-Scale Models Take A Bite Out of Engineering Productivity
Hardware vendors and design tool makers are stepping up with solutions aimed at optimizing workstation performance when dealing with large-scale modeling.
Eurocom Sets Record for Storage in Lightweight Laptops
Eurocom uses fast Sabrent Rocket 4TB M.2 NVMe SSDs (sized 22x80 mm), that are small enough to fully meet the size and heat requirements of thin-and-light laptops, according to the company. 



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