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VR for Enterprise Has Arrived, Says NVIDIA — Part 1 Article
VR for Enterprise Has Arrived, Says NVIDIA — Part 1   27 Dec, 2018

According to the developer of the Holodeck virtual reality platform, there’s no longer any doubt about whether VR is viable for professional applications, including review of CAD models.More>>

Workstation vs. PC: Which Option Wins? White Paper Sponsored
New Cadalyst White Paper Tests Workstation Against Gaming PC   6 Dec, 2018

Benchmark test scores illustrate specific pay-offs of professional hardware for design and engineering work. More>>

With New Turing, NVIDIA Doubles Down on the Future of Real-Time Ray-Tracing Article
With New Turing, NVIDIA Doubles Down on the Future of Real-Time Ray-Tracing    17 Oct, 2018

Herrera on Hardware: CAD professionals are expected to reap the benefits.More>>

NVIDIA's Turing Tech Takes Real-Time Ray-Tracing GPUs to Next Level Article
NVIDIA's Turing Tech Takes Real-Time Ray-Tracing GPUs to Next Level   15 Aug, 2018

At SIGGRAPH 2018, the graphics solutions developer celebrates achievement of a longtime goal, and launches a new graphics processing unit (GPU) lineup starting at $2,300.More>>

Rendering and VR Shape the Design Process at Woods Bagot Article
Rendering and VR Shape the Design Process at Woods Bagot   25 May, 2018

Virtual reality and interactive rendering, powered by Epic Games' Unreal Engine, Chaos Group's V-Ray, and NVIDIA’s Volta and RTX technologies, are vital in helping stakeholders inside and outside the architecture firm to see designs more clearly.More>>

Choose the Right CPUs for CAD WorkstationsWhite Paper: Choose the Right CPUs for CAD Workstations
OEMs and CAD professionals alike are seeing an expanding variety of workstation-caliber CPU brands and configurations. A few simple guidelines from workstation expert Alex Herrera can help you narrow choices down quickly and outfit your next CAD machine with an optimal CPU for your workload. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.


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Intel holds its own for Q4’2020   25 Jan, 2021

Q4 revenue $20.8 billion, down 1% YoY, $2.6 billion above expectations. The post Intel holds its own for Q4’2020 appeared first on...More>>



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