Hardware

Cool cube render machine from Azultec

Cool cube render machine from Azultec

Compact, quiet design with high-powered processors manages eco-friendliness.

By January 23, 2019 Read More →
The workstation market in Q3’18: Economic conditions and demand drive the market to record levels

The workstation market in Q3’18: Economic conditions and demand drive the market to record levels

Vendors are justifiably more confident to hang their hats on the workstation market than most other PC-related markets. And for good reason, the workstation does not suffer (at least not to a substantial degree) from the forces that have been dragging on the mainstream PC market as of late, namely lagging replacement cycles due to reaching “good […]

By December 14, 2018 Read More →
AMD’s Next Horizon dawns with 7-nm Epyc Rome Zen 2 processor

AMD’s Next Horizon dawns with 7-nm Epyc Rome Zen 2 processor

Alex Herrera takes stock of AMD’s latest hardware introductions and notes the company has an edge on Intel and a serious play against Nvidia in the data center.

By December 12, 2018 Read More →

Digital Reality

Corel Corporation acquires Parallels

Corel Corporation acquires Parallels

Two companies off the radar find each other.

By December 27, 2018 Read More →
The Foundry updates its Nuke lineup to 11.3

The Foundry updates its Nuke lineup to 11.3

The Foundry has released its latest update, Nuke 11.3, the fourth installment of the Nuke 11 series. With this release, the Foundry places an emphasis on collaboration with improvements for Live Groups, improved particle system performance, multi-file stereo Nuke Studio and Hiero, and UI and performance improvements. The latest improvements also enhance the use of […]

By December 20, 2018 Read More →
Mojo Vision introduces Invisible Computing

Mojo Vision introduces Invisible Computing

By Jaydeep Bhattacharjee Recently, a nascent augmented reality company, Mojo Vision announced that they have raised a total of over $50 million in Series A funding, directed to develop an invisible computing platform which would use augmented reality and deliver instant and relevant information people are interested in. The funding has been raised with the […]

By November 29, 2018 Read More →

MFG & PLM

Siemens acquires COMSA to strengthen its expertise in electrical and harness standards

Siemens acquires COMSA to strengthen its expertise in electrical and harness standards

Siemens announced recently that it has acquired COMSA Computer und Software GmbH. COMSA is a Munich-based company which develops electrical system and harness design software. Its LDorado suite has a strong local market presence as automotive harness design and engineering software. Siemens will be joining COMSA technology with the Mentor business, part of Siemens PLM […]

By December 11, 2018 Read More →
Robots to go, courtesy of Ai Build

Robots to go, courtesy of Ai Build

Ai Build teams with Kuka to deliver the Factory as a Service.

By September 26, 2018 Read More →
Dassault wants to be everything to its customers

Dassault wants to be everything to its customers

… but especially, it wants to be a platform.

By July 30, 2018 Read More →

DCC

Autodesk Maya 2019 arrives

Autodesk Maya 2019 arrives

The new release features stability, bug fixes, and animation updates.

By January 16, 2019 Read More →
Foundry introduces Flix 6.0 to improve workflows, traceability, and communication

Foundry introduces Flix 6.0 to improve workflows, traceability, and communication

The Foundry is making collaboration an important feature in their portfolio of projects. The company’s pre-production tool Flix is an early example of how the company enables people to work together on a project. At the time of its release, the Foundry and Imageworks talked about how the browser-based Flix enables everyone on a project […]

By January 16, 2019 Read More →
Blender celebrates its 25th birthday

Blender celebrates its 25th birthday

New versions, new members, new enthusiasm

By January 9, 2019 Read More →

BIZ

The workstation market in Q3’18: Economic conditions and demand drive the market to record levels

The workstation market in Q3’18: Economic conditions and demand drive the market to record levels

Vendors are justifiably more confident to hang their hats on the workstation market than most other PC-related markets. And for good reason, the workstation does not suffer (at least not to a substantial degree) from the forces that have been dragging on the mainstream PC market as of late, namely lagging replacement cycles due to reaching “good […]

By December 14, 2018 Read More →
Autodesk hits its marks

Autodesk hits its marks

Company reports increased ARR and promises continued growth.

By December 13, 2018 Read More →
Jon Peddie Research’s Market Watch reports GPU shipments up in Q3’18 from last quarter led by Intel

Jon Peddie Research’s Market Watch reports GPU shipments up in Q3’18 from last quarter led by Intel

The PC GPU market decreased year-to-year by 2.2%, sequentially GPU shipments increased 10.6%.

By December 4, 2018 Read More →