Making the case for a workstation-centred workflow

The heart of an efficient engineering workflow is a professional workstation

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Design and engineering workflows have evolved to meet the demands of larger and more complex models that integrate mechanics, electronics and software. As data size and complexity increases, increasingly powerful workstations have evolved to perform computing tasks that previously required more complex and expensive IT resources.

This whitepaper looks at why professional workstations are the centre of a design engineering workflow, as well as how they deliver significant return on investment for ever-increasing performance.

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