Podcast: Better, Faster Engineering Workstations
Velocity Micro has nearly 25 years of experience building ultra-fast workstations optimized for CAD, CAM, and other design applications.
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January 25, 2022
As models get more complex and software continues to become optimized to leverage PC bandwidth, and organization’s PC hardware is often their biggest limiting factor. Software has always been easier to upgrade than hardware. Some firms are even forced to simplify their designs/models to ensure they can be rendered on their current PC workstations. Unless a designer or engineer is able to model and render their true vision, their creativity will always be capped by the limitations of their PC. New/advanced hardware can potentially open up innumerous possibilities for creative minds.
Velocity Micro has nearly 25 years of experience building ultra-fast workstations optimized for CAD, CAM, and other design applications. The company was actually founded by a kitchen cabinet designer who was unable to buy fast enough computers off the shelf and turned to building his own instead. Velocity Micro specializes in building performance PCs for enterprise applications.
As part of our Technology Leadership profile series, we spoke to Josh Covington, Managing Director of Sales and Marketing at Velocity Micro.
Learn more about Velocity Micro here.
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