BOXX Debuts RAXX P6G Jupiter System at Autodesk University
System features a 2nd generation, 64-core, AMD EPYC processor and up to 16 NVIDIA Quadro RTX or Tesla graphics processing units.
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November 21, 2019
Autodesk University marks the debut of the new BOXX RAXX P6G Jupiter featuring a 2nd generation, 64-core, AMD EPYC processor and up to 16 NVIDIA Quadro RTX or Tesla graphics processing units (GPUs). Also available with an Intel processor, the 6U, rack-mounted system is purpose-built for GPU rendering, deep learning development, simulation and other GPU-centric workflows. RAXX P6G Jupiter accelerates GPU rendering and look development, enabling more refined visuals in less time, BOXX reports.
“By working closely with both Autodesk and our customers, we ensure that BOXX systems are custom-configured to optimize specific workflows,” says Leasure. ”Whether it’s APEXX workstations and GoBOXX laptops, or the new RAXX GPU rendering system, we’re empowering creative professionals to accelerate their workflows, increase productivity, and outpace their competition. BOXX is delivering tomorrow’s technology today.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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