Sponsor Spotlight: HP Z Workstations - Tested to Run Your Autodesk Applications

March 21st, 2013

Having a workstation that delivers high levels of power, performance, and reliability is essential as you work to get your design, engineering, and visualization projects done on time and on budget.

With the HP Z Workstation family, you know you are getting systems that are certified and tested to run your Autodesk applications.

These powerful workstations are designed to optimize the way hardware and software components work together. Featuring the latest Intel® processors, advanced memory, certified graphics from NVIDIA and AMD, and storage components, these systems deliver the features and functionality you need to get the job done.

For example, the HP Z420 Workstation gives you professional expandability in an accessible tool-less chassis mini-tower featuring up to eight discrete processor cores, support for up to eight displays, and an internal layout that allows the system to cool better with lower acoustic output. With up to 16 discrete processor cores and a range of storage types, the HP Z620 Workstation packs a ton of computing power into a near silent, compact form factor that is perfect for space-constrained environments. And the dual-processor HP Z820 Workstation delivers outstanding performance with support for up to 16 processing cores, award-winning industrial design, and tool-free serviceability in the industry’s most expandable chassis.

All HP Z Workstations also feature personal productivity tools that help you get your job done faster, including HP Performance Advisor, which lets you configure, monitor, and fine tune the performance of your system. And HP Remote Graphics Software lets you collaborate with colleagues and remotely access your 2D, 3D, video, and media-rich applications when and where you need them via a standard Internet connection.

Additional information about the HP Z Workstation family is available on the HP website.

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