NVIDIA Maximus Fuels Workstation Revolution with Kepler Architecture
The world’s leading workstation OEMs – including HP, Dell, Lenovo, and Fujitsu, plus systems integrators such as BOXX Technologies and Supermicro – will offer second generation NVIDIA Maximus-powered workstations.
- New NVIDIA Maximus-powered HP Z Workstations will include the HP Z420, Z620 and HP’s ultimate workstation, the Z820.
“HP customers lead their industries, pushing the limits of technology to help bring consumers the next big blockbuster, alternative energy resources and medical advancements that would otherwise not be possible,” said Jeff Wood, vice president, Worldwide Marketing, Commercial Solutions, HP. “This next generation of NVIDIA Maximus technology will provide the crucial horsepower and productivity demands of compute-intensive modern workflows, increasing productivity and ultimately ROI for our customers.”
- New NVIDIA Maximus -powered Dell Precision T3600, T5600 and T7600 tower, and R5500 rack workstations will be available worldwide early next year.
“Dell Precision workstations with the second generation of NVIDIA Maximus make the promise of designing at the speed of thought a reality for creative and design professionals,” said Efrain Rovira, executive director, Dell Precision Workstations. “NVIDIA’s fast Kepler GPU architecture combined with our most powerful tower and rack workstations provides unprecedented visual design and simulation performance for our customers.”
- New NVIDIA Maximus -powered Lenovo ThinkStation S30, D30, and C30 workstations will be available worldwide.
“Mission-critical design applications and simulation workflows are being accelerated like never before with NVIDIA Maximus technology,” said Rob Herman, director of Product and Vertical Solutions, ThinkStation Business Unit. “With new, next generation NVIDIA Maximus-powered ThinkStations, users have even more parallel processing horsepower to boost their productivity, creativity, and time-to-market. Our customers can look forward to improved computing and visualization capabilities that empower them to achieve results faster than ever.”
- New Fujitsu CELSIUS M720 and R920 NVIDIA Maximus-powered desktop workstations will be available in EMEA, India and Japan.
“With the next-generation of NVIDIA Maximus technology powering our Fujitsu CELSIUS desktop workstations, we continue to provide the most innovative technology for accelerating modern workflows that utilize high-performance 3D modeling, animation, real-time visualization, analysis, and simulation applications,” said Dieter Heiss, vice president, Workplace Systems Product Development Group, at Fujitsu Technology Solutions. “These new systems will provide the highest levels of performance that professionals need.”