has just announced its latest range of Z Workstations, where they will come with the most recent eight-core Intel Xeon processors, in addition to other hardware specifications such as up to 512GB of DDR3 memory, in addition to support for multithreaded workstation applications which professionals tend to carve out their bread and butter from. HP has specially positioned their Z Workstations to target customers in CAD, architecture, video/photography editing, oil and gas, animation, medical and mechanical computer-aided engineering markets. With a third-generation PCI Express technology inside, users will be able to benefit from increased performance and seamless integration of new graphics cards.
The HP Z820 targets those in oil and gas, mechanical computer-aided design (CAD), mechanical computer-aided engineering, medical, video and animation industries, boasting up to 16 processing cores, up to 512GB of ECC memory, up to 14 terabytes (TB) of high-speed storage and up to dual NVIDIA Quadro 6000 graphics. As for those who prefer a quieter working environment, the HP Z620 steps in as a suitable choice, supporting both single- and dual-socket processors, up to 16 processing cores, up to 96 GB of ECC memory, up to 11 TB of high-speed storage, and up to NVIDIA Quadro 6000 or dual NVIDIA Quadro 5000 graphics.
Expect the HP Z420, Z620 and Z820 Workstations to arrive worldwide from the beginning of next month onwards, with starting prices (depending on configuration) being pegged at $1,169, $1,649 and $2,299, respectively. [Press Release]
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