Workstations

Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Workstation Technology at the 2017 Fujitsu Forum

More than 12,000 visitors from over 80 countries journeyed to Munich, Germany for the expertise in Tech, Data Center, Security, AI, IoT, R&D, & IT services they can expect to find at Fujitsu. We had a look at A/R, V/R and a lot of workstation tech at the Fujitsu Forum 2017.

Fujitsu presents for the first time its new GPU line-up at NVIDIA’s GTC Europe

What better place to launch and display new graphics and computing platforms than at a premier European event for graphics and computing, NVIDIA’s European GPU Technology Conference? Fujitsu has unveiled their new desktop workstations, the CELSIUS M770 & R970, and announced support for NVIDIA’s newest Tesla GPU accelerators based on its latest GPU architecture Volta in their PRIMERGY servers. 

Good things come in small packages

Fujitsu launched two pint-sized, full-power workstations in 2017 and CADplace has had a look at both. These compact desktop workstations can fit in plenty of memory, a powerful CPU, and beefed-up graphics.

PDM & PLM

PTC’s latest version of Windchill 11 knits IoT, ALM, and more into PLM

PTC hopes its major PLM release Windchill 11 becomes a tool for a broader range of stakeholders in a project. The company describes it as the first smart, connected PLM.

How to chose your PDM system - Tech-Clarity brings you a buyers guide

How do you ensure that your PDM (Product Data Management) system fits the needs of your team? You need to examine issues like functionality, installation and configuration, user adoption, training, support, PDM vendors, as well as the special needs of your company. A good buyers guide is an invaluable tool.

Dassault or Siemens PLM? The Contrasting Paths of Jaguar Land Rover and Volvo Cars

What is the best path to a modern PLM solution for automakers? This question demands more than a simple answer. The best path is a matter of optimizing what you've got in combination with the new solutions you need. The same path may not be best for all car companies.