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Q&A with CADspeed: Remote Graphics versus Virtual Desktop

Posted by cadhardware

Jan 12, 2012 3:48:33 PM

Editor's Note: Q&A with CADspeed answers CAD hardware questions from our readers. This question was a response to Tony DeYoung's recent blog series about remote graphics.

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Topics: Workstations, RAM, Hardware, Graphics Card, Remote Graphics, AutoCAD, Graphics Cards, Connectivity, CAD

Remote Graphics and the Professional CAD Workstation, Part 4: Sustainability

Posted by cadhardware

Oct 11, 2011 3:05:43 PM

We're talking about remote graphics in this series. We've outlined the potential benefits for CAD users, the reduced hardware costs and the security advantages. This post will wrap up this discussion with some details about sustainability as well as some final comments.

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Topics: Workstations, Hardware, Graphics Card, Remote Graphics, GPU, Graphics Cards, AMD, Connectivity, Upgrade, CAD

Remote Graphics and the Professional CAD Workstation, Part 3: Security and Service

Posted by cadhardware

Oct 4, 2011 3:17:31 PM

We're talking about remote graphics in this series. We've outlined the potential benefits for CAD users and the reduced hardware costs, and now we're going talk about the benefits for the heavy-duty 3D users.

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Topics: Workstations, Hardware, Graphics Card, Remote Graphics, GPU, Graphics Cards, AMD, Connectivity, Upgrade, CAD

Remote Graphics and the Professional CAD Workstation, Part 2: Reduced Hardware Costs

Posted by cadhardware

Sep 29, 2011 1:07:54 PM

We're talking about remote graphics in this series. We've outlined the potential benefits for CAD users, and now we're going to get more specific.

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Topics: Workstations, Hardware, Graphics Card, Remote Graphics, GPU, Graphics Cards, AMD, Connectivity, Upgrade, CAD

Remote Graphics and the Professional CAD Workstation, Part 1: Will It Work for You?

Posted by cadhardware

Sep 27, 2011 3:55:34 PM

There is a growing demand for portability, energy conversation and cost savings in the CAD world — hence the movement to small form factor devices use of the cloud for review and commenting. But there still remains the need for complex 3D graphics, security and high performance computation. Hence killer workstations and professional graphics cards like the FirePro or Quadro.

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Topics: Workstations, Hardware, Graphics Card, Remote Graphics, GPU, Graphics Cards, AMD, Connectivity, Upgrade, CAD

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