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Podcast: New Frontiers in Engineering Computing
In this podcast, AMD’s Chris Hall discusses how more powerful CPUs can unlock new levels of engineering performance.
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Podcast: New Frontiers in Engineering Computing
In this podcast, AMD’s Chris Hall discusses how more powerful CPUs can unlock new levels of engineering performance.
NVIDIA Launches UK-based Supercomputer for Research
AI supercomputers to enable UK researchers in digital biology, genomics, quantum computing and AI.
Real-Time Ray Tracing Redux
The NVIDIA RTX A6000 outperforms its predecessor.
OnLogic Launches AMD-Powered ThinManager Ready Thin Client
The TM800 expands OnLogic’s line of ThinManager Ready thin clients, using AMD Radeon Vega 8 Graphics to drive four independent displays.
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Editor’s Pick: Cutting edge components for custom HPC workstations
PSSC Labs says it builds “technology for visionaries seeking handcrafted computing solutions that will take their work to the next level.”
Eurocom Highlights its Upgradeable Mobile Supercomputer
Having slots or sockets allows the Sky Z7 R2 to be customized, upgraded and modified with compatible parts.
ASA Computers Welcomes OnLogic Edge Computers and Servers to its Portfolio
The ASA Computers’ team of solution experts now have access to OnLogic’s hardware to offer holistic technology solutions to their customers.
Edge Computing as Antidote to Remote Engineering Challenges
Cloud and edge, when used in combination, yield a novel, cost-efficient IoT deployment solution for smart products.
Lenovo ThinkStation P620: Powerful But Pricey
We review the first workstation powered by the AMD Threadripper Pro WX CPU.
Eurocom Launches PCIe 4.0-based Laptop
The Eurocom Sky Z7 R2, based on the Intel Z590 Express chipset, features the NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU. 
Fenix e-Infrastructure Installed at Barcelona Supercomputing Center
The new systems provide services such as sovereign cloud computing, object storage and interactive computing.
Getting Better All the Time: HP ZBook Studio G7 Mobile Workstation
HP makes their lightweight mobile workstation even thinner and smaller than previous versions.
Solid Power With Dell Precision 3240 Compact
Dell introduces an ultra-small form factor compact workstation.
Gains and Losses
As certain physicists like to remind us, everything is connected, and I think the past year has certainly highlighted the ways in which those connections can play out, for both good and ill. 
PTC Expands Spatial Computing Capabilities with Vuforia Engine Area Targets
Vuforia Engine Area Targets first to leverage spatial computing capabilities to support large spaces equivalent to six American football fields.



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