BOXX will offer new NVIDIA RTX GPUs in workstations
BOXX Technologies, a key supplier of NVIDIA-certified systems, has announced that it will offer the latest generation of NVIDIA RTX GPUs starting in Q2. The announcement comes as NVIDIA GTC, a global AI conference, runs until March 24. The new NVIDIA Ampere architecture GPUs inside the GOBOXX SLM laptop and BOXX APEXX desktop workstations will improve graphics performance, AI and ray tracing.
“At BOXX, we enable our customers to work quickly and seamlessly, whether in the office or remotely,” commented Bill Leasure, vice president of sales and marketing for BOXX. “Our integration of the latest NVIDIA RTX technology is critical as these GPUs take application performance to new heights. Now artists, animators, architects, engineers, and other VFX creators can design, render, collaborate, and meet project deadlines faster than ever before.
The NVIDIA RTX A3000 laptop GPU that will be offered inside the GoBOXX SLM features the latest RTX technology for accelerated AI and ray tracing, along with 12GB of GPU memory to support large models, scenes and assemblies. This makes it ideal for Adobe, Autodesk 3ds Max, Maya, and Revit, as well as SOLIDWORKS and other professional applications. The ultra-thin GoBOXX SLM also features a 14-core Intel Core i7 or i9 processor, 64GB of memory, and a 17.3″ 2560 x 1600 QHD+ display.
BOXX APEXX desktop-side workstation configurations will offer the NVIDIA RTX A5500 desktop GPU, which combines the latest generation RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and CUDA Cores with 24GB of memory for rendering, graphics, and compute performance exceptional. PCIe Gen 4 doubles the bandwidth of the previous generation and speeds up data transfers for 3D model creation, as well as AI and data science.
In addition to multiple NVIDIA RTX GPUs, APEXX workstations include 12th Gen Intel, AMD Ryzen, or AMD Ryzen Threadripper multi-core processors, liquid cooling, ample memory, and plenty of hard drives. APEXX systems are purpose-built for media and entertainment, manufacturing and product design, architecture, engineering, and construction workflows.
“Demanding graphics and compute workflows require powerful, purpose-built solutions,” said Sandeep Gupte, senior director of professional visualization at NVIDIA. “Innovative BOXX solutions accelerated by NVIDIA RTX GPUs provide digital content creators and engineers with extreme performance to run complex, AI-accelerated 3D applications from anywhere.”
For more information, visit the BOXX website.
Source: BOXX Technologies
Debbie Diamond Sarto is associate editor at Animation World Network.