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EVGA Exits NVIDIA
Citing shrinking margins it won’t offer NVIDIA Next Gen series.
We review the new AMD Radeon Pro W6400. The new AMD Radeon Pro W6400 graphics card is built on the high-performance, energy-efficient AMD RDNA 2 graphics architecture and advanced 6nm manufacturing process technology, with 16MB of high-bandwidth, low-latency AMD Infinity Cache memory technology acting as a bandwidth amplifier.

NVIDIA Ada Lovelace RTX GPU Arrives for Designers and Creators
RTX 6000 GPU provides performance improvement in enterprise workflows; global manufacturers to ship starting in Q4.
EVGA Exits NVIDIA
Citing shrinking margins it won’t offer NVIDIA Next Gen series.
Sigma Additive Solutions Joins Dyndrite Additive Manufacturing Developer Council
Relationship aims to develop new data tools for real-time in-process inspection, companies note.
Rainmakers for Autonomous Driving
Simulation improves self-driving vehicles’ performance in hazardous weather.
NVIDIA RTX
Whether implementing massive CAD models, performing complex engineering simulations or interactively rendering photorealistic images directly from CAD files, NVIDIA® RTX™ GPUs deliver the performance you need to tackle these graphics and compute intensive tasks.
NVIDIA for Data Centers
Meet the most demanding and advanced 3D design visual computing challenges by bringing the power of NVIDIA data center GPUs, select NVIDIA RTX products (RTX A6000, RTX A5500, RTX A5000) and NVIDIA vGPU (virtual GPU) software to the data center.
NVIDIA vGPU
Enterprises are using GPU accelerated applications to help drive better business decisions, boost productivity, and design better products that get to market faster. NVIDIA virtual GPUs (vGPUs) enable enterprises to access powerful GPU performance from the enterprise data center to...
NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise
With manufacturing workflows now an essential component of every industry, efficient design collaboration between teams is critical. But the rise of remote work, globally dispersed teams, incompatible software tools, and compute-heavy technologies has made this collaboration exponentially harder—until now....
A Golden Age of GPUs for Design Engineering
How far can GPU acceleration go in enhancing design and simulation applications?
Editor’s Pick: Next-generation Engineering GPU
NVIDIA RTX A5500 GPU available from PNY.
NVIDIA Launches AI Platform for Medical and Computational Systems
Clara Holoscan MGX Medical-Grade Platform with NVIDIA Orin and NVIDIA AI Software Stack targeted at embedded computing applications.
New AMD Graphics Cards Boost Engineering Performance
AMD Radeon PRO W6400 graphics card for desktop, AMD Radeon PRO W6500M/W6300M now available.
Product Focus: Design & Simulation Workstation Review Roundup
In this Special Focus Issue, our writers take a look at new technology trends in the workstation space. We have also gathered all of the workstation reviews we have published over the past year to help our readers select the...
Editor’s Pick: GPU Designed for Data Center Enterprise Visualization
AMD Radeon PRO V620 GPU is a data center GPU featuring AMDs next-generation architecture, AMD says.
Blender 3.0 Takes Support for AMD GPUs to Next Level
For Blender users worldwide, AMD has some developments to share about its graphics card support.



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