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Does Thunderbolt I/O Have a Place in CAD Workstations?   30 Oct, 2014

Herrera on Hardware: The input/output technology supports fast, expandable storage for big datasets — but what other value does it have for CAD users?More>>

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DDR4 Memory Technology: What's in a Number?   30 Sep, 2014

Herrera on Hardware: Capable memory is essential for efficient workstation operation. But do you need the newest generation of memory technology? More>>

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HP's Revamped Z Workstation Family Targets Power-Hungry Professionals   10 Sep, 2014

The latest lineup of desktop and mobile models emphasizes horsepower for design simulation, engineering analysis, and other demanding tasks.More>>

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Allocate Your Workstation Budget According to Your Workload    4 Sep, 2014

Uncertain about how best to spend your hardware dollars? A careful evaluation of the type of work to be done — and these guidelines — will provide the answers.More>>

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Epson Updates, Expands Selection of Large-Format Color Printers and Scanners   17 Jul, 2014

New offerings in the SureColor T-Series range from 24" to 44" wide, and from less than $3,000 to more than $11,000. More>>

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HP Aims to Make Wide-Format Printing Cheaper, More Colorful   16 Jun, 2014

The company seeks to overtake LED printers with its inkjet-based PageWide technology, which will be available on a large scale in 2015.More>>

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HP Extends Z Workstation Family into Virtualization Realm   29 May, 2014

Scheduled for June release, the HP DL380z will enable access to CAD and other graphics-intensive software from nearly any device in any location.More>>

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Cadalyst Announces Leadership Changes   4 Feb, 2014

Cyrena Respini-Irwin promoted to editor in chief as Nancy Spurling Johnson takes on new role as content director. More>>

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Cadalyst Announces Winner of Video Contest   13 Dec, 2013

With his new Dell workstation, T. Rex is one dinosaur who won't be stuck in the past any longer!More>>

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Building Bridges between Platforms   8 Dec, 2013

User Profile: For civil engineering firm IDS to function, data must move smoothly between GIS and CAD — and Amanda Nunley Menard is the person who gets it there. More>>