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  • Virtual Reality and CAD
    The hierarchy used in CAD/CAM networks today typically is one of a client/server nature. Each workstation, or client, has its own central processing unit (CPU) and local disk storage. The network may also have a file server that contains CPU and hard disk storage, as well as magnetic tape storage
  • Smart Computing Article - Workstation Graphics Cards
    March 1999 Vol.7 Issue 3 Add To My Personal Library Two Powerhouses Enable CAD, Animation Work There is a distinct difference between the two professional-level graphics cards we review here and the entry-level cards we've reviewed. The price tags and specifications show that these are two
  • Data management helps A380 take off on time
    the product-life-cycle management system in the A380 program. Keeping the plane on schedule for a first flight in 2004 will entail managing about 120 Terabytes of information. Included in this database are 15,000 drawings generated monthly in the definition phase, input from 3,000 CAD workstations
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    at a wavelength of 157 nm by 2003. Unix beats back NT in EDA workstation market A scant year ago, Windows NT seemed like a shoo-in to nip at the heels of Unix as the operating system of choice for workstations. Both CAD applications and the particularly hard-to-crack EDA market would tilt toward NT, many
  • Medical Device Link .
    time. Traditionally, CAD/CAM and CAE programs required high-priced computer workstations made by companies such as Digital Equipment Corp. (DEC; Maynard, MA), Hewlett-Packard (Palo Alto, CA), IBM Corp. (Armonk, NY), Silicon Graphics, Inc. (Mountain View, CA), and Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Mountain View
  • Saving Time and Money with 3D Printing
    An ideal complement to CAD, 3D printing offers a fast, low-cost alternative for building concept and working models. Designed for workstation and network access much like a standard laser printer, 3D printing is growing in usage along with the unprecedented growth of CAD solid modeling. Both rapid
  • GM puts IT in the driver's seat
    The Detroit automaker finds that fewer is better when it comes to CAD and IT systems. How many IT systems does it take to make a car? In the case of General Motors Corp., the answer used to be over 7,000, whether for dealers, finance, manufacturing, or product development. That was before
  • Medical Device Link .
    . In the past, the medical device industry has lagged behind other sectors in the use of computer-aided design (CAD), manufacturing (CAM), and engineering (CAE) software. Members of industry cite a number of reasons for this: the necessity of costly computer workstations to run the more sophisticated

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