New Quadro-Powered Mobile Workstations, Work Anywhere
New Quadro-Powered Mobile Workstations allow content creators to work anywhere with relative ease whether you are at the office, at home or on the go. These have been introduced with Professional designers, engineers and content creators in mind. Mobile workstations use the Quadro GPUs based on Pascal. Partners that are introducing Quadro-Powered Mobile Workstations are Dell, HPI, Lenovo, MSI and Fujitsu.
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Quadro-Powered Mobile Workstations will allow content creators and VR developers to do work on the move. According to Rob Herman, general manager and executive director of Lenovo’s Workstation Business Unit:
“Our customers are not in the business of ordinary — they use technology every day to create innovations that are revolutionizing their industries and the world. Lenovo’s powerful, industry-leading workstations, with the help of NVIDIA Quadro GPUs, help customers bring their designs to life, anywhere, without distraction.”
The Quadro P5000 has the following specifications:
- 2048 CUDA Cores
- 16GB GDDR5 memory
- 256-bit memory interface
- up to 192GB / s memory bandwidth
- 6.2 TFLOPS floating-point operations Performance
- 100W max power consumption
According to Josh Peterson, vice president worldwide product management for HP Workstations, HP Inc:
“When it comes to powerful computing on the go, HP ZBook Mobile Workstations are in a class of their own — providing a spectrum of performance, reliability and expandability that extends well beyond the capabilities of standard mobile computers. Leading-edge professional graphics, such as NVIDIA Quadro Pascal-based GPUs, will be tested by HP — simulating real-world customer workloads and stress tests that translate into higher quality drivers that customers trust.”
These mobile workstations may not compete with proper PCs but they will be able to provide content creators with power and mobility that they much require in today’s day and age. We still do not have a lot of information regarding the Quadro-Powered Mobile Workstations but seeing how they are being powered by Quadro GPUs, it is safe to assume that they will offer a lot of power.
We will be able to learn more on February 5-8, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. What do you think about these Quadro-Powered Mobile Workstations?