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Made in Metal but Lighter
As Metal AM Attracts Attention, the Need for Simulation Grows.
GPU memory is key to handling complex models.

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Making the Case for the Right Workstation
Whether it's an engineer designing bridge structures on a major infrastructure project or a developer coding the next big video game release, the workstation is the epicenter of the workday and a barometer for…

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The Connected Workstation: More Than the Sum of its Parts
SaaS-style simulation apps and on-demand HPC change the role of the classic workstation.
Leading NVIDIA Channel Partner, PNY Technologies, Supports Data Science for Product Development
Detailing PNY Technologies' involvement with the NVIDIA-Powered Data Science Workstation specification.
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Editor’s Pick: Tapping Into Data Science for Product Development
PNY Technologies delivers NVIDIA’s Data Science Workstation specification.
Boutique Computer Maker Releases Cutting Edge Visualization Notebook
BOXX Technologies GoBOXX SLM-17 is a slim notebook workstation that complies with the new NVIDIA RTX Studio Laptop specification.
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Editor’s Pick: Notebook Delivers Fast Ray Tracing and AI Development
The new BOXX Technologies GoBOXX SLM-17 notebook workstation transforms the time-consuming process of creating realistic visualizations.
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Tackling Large Assemblies
GPU memory is key to handling complex models.
NVIDIA, ASUS Launch RTX 6000-Powered ASUS ProArt StudioBook One
NVIDIA and ASUS are pitching the ASUS ProArt StudioBook One as a mobile system for “creatives and innovators.”
Budget Workstations for Engineers
Tasks, not price, define today’s entry-level engineering workstation offerings.
Consumer vs. Professional Tug of War
Can consumer hardware be adapted for professional usage?
Affordable Power: A Tale of Two Dells
We evaluate Dell’s Precision 3540 and 3541 mobile workstations.
A More Open, Accessible Future
Our focus on democratization in this issue is pointing to the future, but also telling an old story.
Eurocom Launches 17.3-in. Nightsky RX17 Superlaptop
It's lightweight at under 2.9 kg/3.4 lbs, with three physical drives available in RAID 0/1 configuration.
BOXX Debuts Ultra-Thin RTX Studio Laptop
This new laptop supports real-time ray tracing and advanced AI capabilities.
The Rise of Data Science Workstations
NVIDIA’s new hardware is making it easier for organizations to process data right on the desktop, as engineers are being drafted into data science roles.
Review: Lenovo ThinkPad P72 Displays An Excellent Update
Lenovo’s 17-inch mobile workstation delivers great engineering performance at a more affordable price.



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