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Investigate Your Options--CAD Workstations   28 Feb, 2006

Though dual-core systems are the latest rage for CAD/engineering workstations, there's still a lot of life left in classic single-core systems, as evidenced by these six speedy workstations from @Xi, HP, Monarch, Overdrive, Polywell and Sys Technologies. We also introduce the Cadalyst C2006...More>>

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Sun's New Opteron-based Workstations   5 Feb, 2006

Dual-core and dual-processor capable option offers choice ofoperating systemsMore>>

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Cadalyst Labs Review: Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook   31 Jan, 2006

Desktop replacement is a good buy if you don't need high-end powerMore>>

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HP XW4300   31 Jul, 2005

Economical CAD systemMore>>

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IBM Intellistation   31 Jul, 2005

AMD Opteron dual-core workstation.More>>

White Paper: Choose the Best Type of Monitor for CAD
Get advice about form factors, response time, resolution, connectivity, and more that can help you make better choices — whether you are selecting monitors for yourself or for a department of professional designers and engineers. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.


CAD Workstation Form Factors 101White Paper: CAD Workstation Form Factors 101 
The proliferation of mobile, mini, remote, and even luggable form factors can create confusion. To get a clearer view of your options, download this 30-page guide, which compiles Alex Herrera's five-part form factor series into one convenient resource. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.


Mobile Workstation White Paper: Testing Performance vs. Notebook PC
When it comes to visual computing for CAD, these two machines are very different — and the numbers show why. In this 12-page white paper, you'll find component comparisons; performance on CAD computing workloads; and explanations of reliability and ergonomics factors. Sponsored by Lenovo. Download your copy.


How to Choose a CAD Workstation on a BudgetWhite Paper: How to Choose a CAD Workstation on a Budget
You’re not looking to splurge on all the bells and whistles; you just need a reliable machine that will get the job done. But what type of configuration will meet your needs? And which components and capabilities are must-haves? From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.


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Accelerating Data Insights with Intel’s® Deep Learning Boost   6 Feb, 2020

These days, keeping up with the times as an organization means leveraging massive amounts of data that’s constantly being collected on a myriad of...More>>



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