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NVIDIA Launches New Quadro Graphics Line for Mobile Workstations

New generation of Quadro processors allows artists to run the same professional applications as desktop workstations at nearly the same level of performance.

Visual computing company NVIDIA has announced its new line of NVIDIA Quadro graphics for mobile workstations. Launching today, the NVIDIA Quadro M5000M, M4000M, M3000M, M2000M, M1000M and M600M mobile GPUs give users a full range of choices to power their workflows.

The flagship Quadro M5000M GPU delivers the highest performance and largest on-board GPU memory of any mobile workstation in the world coupled with long battery life and portability. Built on NVIDIA’s Maxwell GPU architecture, this new generation of Quadro processors delivers incredible performance and power efficiency. It’s up to 2X faster than its predecessor, with up to 8GB of ultra-fast GDDR5 memory, the largest on any mobile workstation.

Quadro-powered mobile workstations are able to run the same professional applications as desktop workstations with lower power consumption and at nearly the same level of performance. This includes the complex, resource-intensive applications that media and entertainment, design, engineering and other professionals rely on to bring their creations to life.

With over six years of testing, Quadro GPUs and their drivers are already certified for more than 100 applications, ensuring compatibility with Adobe Creative Cloud, Autodesk and many others. Plus, these GPUs accelerate NVIDIA Iray, the company’s physically based rendering technology, by more than 2X over the previous generation.

NVIDIA’s latest mobile GPUs will be launching in workstation models throughout the rest of the year, including the new Dell Precision 15 5000 Series, and the Dell Precision 15 and 17 7000 series, the HP ZBook workstations and the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 and P70.

NVIDIA will be offering an early look at some of these workstations at Adobe MAX, the world’s largest global creativity conference, running October 3-7 in Los Angeles, where the company will be showing the Dell Precision 15 5000 Series and Lenovo P70 workstations running Adobe Creative Cloud apps like Illustrator CC, Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC, Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC.

Source: NVIDIA

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.