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Making the Case for a Workstation-Centered Workflow

The heart of an efficient engineering workflow is a professional workstation.

A hybrid computing approach with the workstation at its center is the most efficient workflow for professional design engineers.

Learn how workstations provide immediate feedback for a more interactive experience, which is critical for fast-paced design environments where design engineers are expected to quickly simulate, render and iterate.

  • Discover the benefits and drawbacks of various computing solutions, including workstations, clusters, data centers and the cloud.
  • Calculate your return-on-investment for a new workstation in a typical engineering environment.
  • Convince your corporate executives, engineering management and IT team of the importance of investing in new computing hardware.

Download Making the Case for a Workstation Centered Workflow to help meet the engineering challenges associated with digital workflows.

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