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Herrera on Hardware Article
The Radeon Pro W6400 GPU: A Kickstart for AMD in Mainstream CAD Computing?   17 Mar, 2022

AMD’s competitive positioning in the market for discrete workstation GPUs looking to improve, but beware a third supplier.More>>

Herrara on Hardware Article
The Misconception of Professional Computing and CPU Core Counts   17 Feb, 2022

Herrera on Hardware: Especially in CAD applications, lower core count CPUs still dominate the market.More>>

Intel’s Alder Lake Ushers in a New, Unified Era in CPU Architecture Article
Intel’s Alder Lake Ushers in a New, Unified Era in CPU Architecture   20 Jan, 2022

The 12th Generation Core brand processors based on Alder Lake are launching in CAD-capable platforms now.More>>

CAD Manager's Column Article
New Year, New Realities: Predictions and Resolutions for CAD Managers   12 Jan, 2022

CAD Manager's Column: 2022 will continue to be full of COVID-19 realities, high project loads, and a tight labor market. Make some important resolutions now so you can prepare and succeed this year.More>>

The Evolving Role of the Mobile Workstation, Part 2 Article
The Evolving Role of the Mobile Workstation, Part 2   16 Sep, 2021

Herrera on Hardware: It comes down to physics — a deskside can always outperform a mobile workstation. Cadalyst hardware expert, Alex Herrera, looks under the hood of both to break down the pros and cons of each form factor.More>>