As a market leader in technology information for design engineering teams, Digital Engineering’s focus is on cutting-edge editorial content to help design engineering teams discover, evaluate and specify the technologies and processes that shorten the design cycle and enable optimal designs. It is not surprising that in the current June Issue there are three articles featuring NVIDIA Quadro GPUs and how they are making a difference to design workflows.
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As Brian Albright points out in his article for Digital Engineering on Superworkstations, the introduction of new multi-core CPUs, ultra-fast GPUs and terabytes of memory has made it possible for designers to now handle real-time simulation, rendering, virtual reality applications and complex data science on a desktop engineering workstation. The only draw back is the budget. In his article Albright interviews PNY, NVIDIA and other workstation experts to determine where it makes sense to invest your IT budget based on your workflow.
The world is driven by innovation, and NVIDIA remains one of the largest contributors to the evolution of modern technology. With the advent of Industry 4.0, a world of possibilities never before considered becomes reality. Autonomous drones equipped with Deep Learning-enabled GPUs working alongside humans, “aware” of their surroundings. Vast amounts of data interpreted and quickly dissected to reach novel conclusions never before realized or inferred by human analysts that used to take days, months, or even years, saving time and resources, while delivering information vital to information age enterprises. Among these many advancements, the possibilities NVIDIA and Industry 4.0 bring to Product Design will revolutionize the future.
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Hailed as the world’s first ray tracing GPU and powered by the NVIDIA Turing™ architecture, the new Quadro RTX GPUs have garnered positive attention from the press, industry experts and the creative and technical community. As the first Quadro RTX 6000 and Quadro RTX 5000 boards get ready to ship to customers, we are proud to announce they were selected for DE Editor’s coveted Pick of the Week.
See why Digital Engineering (DE) Editor’s selected the NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPUs from PNY Technologies as their Pick of the Week.
According to Anthony J. Lockwood, Editor at Large, DE, “the RTX family seems as honed as present technology gets for manufacturing and scientific visualization, virtual environments, photorealistic real-time rendering, AI-enabled development and anything else you hurl at your workstation.
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Digital Engineering (DE) reviewer David Cohn put the PNY PREVAILPRO Quadro P4000 based VR-Ready Mobile Workstation through extremely rigorous and comprehensive testing and concluded:
“…the new PNY PREVAILPRO P4000 definitely establishes itself as the lightest weight and lowest cost VR-ready 15.6-in. mobile workstation currently available—a distinction likely to be very attractive.”
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The PNY PREVAILPRO P4000 packs a powerful 15.6-in. mobile workstation into a package the size of a 14-in. laptop.
Early December was a momentous time for PNY. During the same week our PREVAILPRO series of ultra-thin and light Quadro powered mobile workstations started to ship to customers, it was selected for DE Editor’s coveted Pick of the Week.
See why DE‘s Editor at Large, Anthony J. Lockwood, selected PNY’s PREVAILPRO mobile workstations as his Pick of the Week.
By fully utilizing NVIDIA® Quadro® high performance GPUs and NVIDIA CUDA technology, ANSYS Discovery Live significantly shortens design-simulation workflows from days to hours and minutes to seconds. With this exciting new software engineers can make faster and smarter design decisions by using real-time engineering simulation as an accessible design tool.
Digital Engineering April 5, 2017
In this article Digital Engineering reviews and benchmarks three of the latest NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics cards based on NVIDIA’s Pascal GPU architecture: NVIDIA Quadro P5000, P4000, and P2000.
EXTRACTS FROM REVIEW:
Three New NVIDIA Boards Span Mid-Range to Ultra-High-End
The new NVIDIA Quadro P-series will eventually include a total of eight cards, ranging from the ultra-high-end P6000 and P5000 announced last summer, to the high-end P4000, the mid-range P2000 and P1000, and the entry-level P600 and P400. The company also launched Quadro GP100, a specialty high-performance computing board capable of 64-, 32- and 16-bit floating point calculations.
NVIDIA Quadro GP100
Excerpts from DE article:
Artie Doyle’s “The Adventure of the Abbey Grange” opens with Sherlock Holmes rousting sleeping Watson with urgent words: “The game’s afoot … Into your clothes and come!” Today’s Editor’s Pick of the Week is no game. But if you need supercomputing-class graphics processing horsepower on your workstation, come, read and hold on to your hat.