Workstation Buyer's Guide for Maximum Performance and Reliability

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Select a workstation with these top eight performance and cost considerations

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Workstations are the engines that power design creativity and engineering precision, but they aren’t always at the top of the IT agenda. IT managers need to understand that the hardware needs of the CAD/CAM team are different from those of other users who rely on desktop systems or laptop PCs. CAD/CAM managers and IT managers don’t always agree on the type and frequency of workstation purchases, but often the hardware that meets end-user needs is the same solution that frees up IT to work on more strategic activities and focus on broader business goals. The cost of running modern CAD applications on inappropriate or outdated hardware costs industries billions of dollars each year. This buyer’s guide is designed to help decision-makers solve that problem. Use it to better understand what types of workstations provide end users with the power they need to work productively, while minimizing energy costs and the need for IT support.

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