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Making the Case for a High-Powered Engineering Workstation

The new Lenovo ThinkStation P620, combined with the powerful NVIDIA RTX A6000 GPU, can take engineering productivity to the next level.

One look at today’s products and it’s pretty clear why engineering workflows and development processes have become so complex. Whether the task is designing a modern vehicle sporting semi-autonomous operation and sophisticated electronics or creating a medical device packed with sensors and circuitry, the lines have blurred between engineering disciplines and require a collection of high-performance tools to get the job done.

That includes the use of high-performance engineering workstations like the Lenovo ThinkStation P620 armed with more powerful GPUs such as the NVIDIA RTX A6000 to deliver the productivity boost engineers need to keep pace with demanding workflows and advanced multi-tasking.

Making the Case for a High-Powered Engineering Workstation, a new white paper produced by DE in collaboration with Lenovo and NVIDIA, lays out the advantages of investing in a new, more powerful engineering workstation in order to accelerate simulation performance and enable engineers to multi-task across a variety of compute-intensive applications.

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