The workstation market is thriving. In Q2, we’d reported results as inspiring. In Q3, we raved about results even better than the prior quarter, record-setting in fact. In Q4, we’re going to take that positive commentary up another notch. If a mature market like this one can be said to have a “blowout” quarter, then this would be it. With total shipments of around 1.23 M units, the worldwide market for workstations grew at 20.1% year over year. The quarter not only set another record in units, but the 20.1% growth is at a level we haven’t seen since 2010. Workstation subscribers can download the report here.
Gamers are serious when it comes to blasting aliens, taking on bloodthirsty beasts, and saving the planet from all manner of vicious hordes and hulking monsters. With this in mind, Dell is intent on giving gamers a better experience and a competitive edge.
At Siggraph, in the Blender booth, Boxx introduced its Everest model of the Apexx brand workstations. Powered by the 64-core AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5000 WX Series processor, the company demonstrated the Blender rendering engine in Blender’s booth.
Life has returned to normal—the old normal and the new normal. The old normal? Just ask the Academy about their theatrical requirements. Want a shot at a statue? Show your film in a theater… lots of them! The Academy better plan on giving out two special Oscars to people who forced folks back into the theater.