Product Focus: Design & Simulation Workstation Review Roundup

The engineering workstation landscape has continued to improve over the past year. New high performance CPUs and GPUs from Intel, AMD and NVIDIA have accelerated solve times and render times for engineering applications, while also providing faster performance for traditional CAD applications.

We continue to see a shift to remote work, with an accompanying emphasis on mobile workstations and new compact units, as well as high-powered laptops that can be used to replace desktop solutions.

In this Special Focus Issue, we have compiled the workstation reviews from the past year, along with some feature content relevant to evaluating new workstations. We hope you enjoy the issue.

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