BOXX will not only unveil its APEXX 8 workstation for the first time at NAB2006 (April 24-27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center), but will also be giving away three GoBOXX 1400 mobile workstation powered by powered by AMDs Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core processor.
BOXX will be at the ProMax booth (SL 534) in conjunction with ProMax demonstrating a variety of HD/SD encoding and video editing solutions integrated by ProMax and running on the 3DBOXX 7400 series workstation. BOXX will also conduct comprehensive Maya and mental ray demonstrations on the BOXX APEXX 8, a powerful new super-workstation that boasts the performance of 16 processing cores in a versatile system that is quiet enough to reside right by the artist.
BOXX will also have a presence at the following partner booths during NAB:
* AMD (booth SL 555) will provide a unique NewTek LightWave 3D 64-bit demonstration running on the new BOXX APEXX 8 workstation.
* Bluefish444 (booth SL 778) will showcase demonstrations of Bluefish444s DI solution incorporating the companys HD Lust hardware and Symmetry software running on a 3DBOXX 7400 series workstation.
* AJA Video (booth SL 4913) will demonstrate the latest XENA HD I/O card running on a 3DBOXX 7400 series workstation.
* Digital Vision (booth SL 517) and Nucoda will demonstrate Film Master software running on the new BOXX APEXX 8 workstation.
* Imagica (booth SL 1826) and Assimilate will demonstrate Scratch software running on a 3DBOXX 7400 series workstation.
To register to win one of three GoBOXX 1400 mobile workstations, NAB attendees must visit the ProMax booth and swipe their card through the card reader. After NAB, BOXX will select three winners at random and announce the giveaway winners by email. For official rules and regulations, visit the BOXX website at: http://www.boxxtech.com/news/events.asp.
BOXX Technologies Inc. (www.boxxtech.com), headquartered in Austin, Texas, is a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance workstations and render nodes specifically designed to meet the high-performance and reliability requirements of digital content creators working in the 3D, animation, vfx, digital film, game development and broadcast markets.