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New Heights in Graphics
Posted Fri May 06, 2005 @05:31PM
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Hardware This Desktop Engineering article covers the latest professional graphics cards for your PC.
PCI Express, faster RAM, and programmable graphics architectures are pushing the new generation of graphics boards to new heights. As programs catch up and begin to tap into the new bandwidth and processing power, users are in for a serious jump in performance and capability-including some applications you probably haven't considered.

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Sun, HP, IBM and Cray Announce Support for Dual-Core AMD Opteron Processors
Posted Fri May 06, 2005 @04:40PM
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Hardware In support of the Dual-Core AMD Opteron™ processor, the industry’s first enterprise-class x86 dual-core processor for servers and workstations, AMD has announced its key OEM and system builder customers will introduce a broad portfolio of server and workstation dual-core solutions.

AMD’s key OEM customers, including Sun, HP and IBM, announced today their intention to launch ground-breaking, dual-core processor-based platforms based on the non-disruptive AMD64 dual-core technology, the world’s leading x86, 64-bit computing environment. Additional partners also announced dual-core systems.

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ANSYS CFX To Streamline Disk Drive Development at Samsung
Posted Thu May 05, 2005 @05:22PM
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ANSYS CFX ANSYS, Inc., a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced that Samsung Information Systems America (SISA), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., LTD and a world-leading design center of hard disk drives, has chosen ANSYS CFX(R) software as its computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solution of choice.

SISA plans to use ANSYS CFX to develop new generation disk drives. Ultimately, by utilizing ANSYS' leading simulation technology, SISA will save time and money on its disk drive design.

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Silicon Graphics Announces New Deskside Visualization System
Posted Thu May 05, 2005 @05:17PM
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Hardware Answering mounting demand for more visualization capability in the hands of Linux® system users struggling with big data problems, Silicon Graphics has extended its acclaimed family of Silicon Graphics Prism™ visualization systems with a new deskside model. Featuring a starting price under $8,500, the Silicon Graphics Prism deskside system packs up to 24GB of memory and two full bandwidth graphics pipelines.

The new deskside model drives the power and scalability of Silicon Graphics Prism systems to the lowest price point ever, and allows more users to leverage the product family's breakthrough visualization capabilities for tackling problems that generate massive data sets, such as weather modeling and drug design.

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New Software: CEI Adds Support for Mac OS X "Tiger"
Posted Wed May 04, 2005 @02:45PM
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News CEI has added support for the Apple Mac OS X version 10.4 "Tiger" across its entire visualization software line - EnSight, EnSight Gold, EnLiten, EnVideo and EnVe.

"This announcement extends our commitment to the Mac OS X platform, which we've supported for more than a year," says Darin McKinnis, CEI's vice president of marketing and sales. "The new core technologies and tools in Tiger should continue to increase the Mac's appeal to EnSight users performing high-end engineering and scientific visualization for structural and fluids analysis."

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New Software: Microsoft Launches Windows x64
Posted Wed May 04, 2005 @02:32PM
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News Microsoft Corp. Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates has announced the general availability of Microsoft® Windows Server (TM) 2003 x64 Editions and Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition during his keynote address at the 14th annual Microsoft Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC).

The new editions mark a major advancement in computing by providing a single platform that can easily run new 64-bit applications and existing 32-bit applications at peak performance. With these new server and desktop operating systems, Microsoft and a broad array of partners are bringing cost-effective 64-bit computing from the fringes into the mainstream.

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