HP has just announced an update to one of its Z-Series workstations, the HP Z4. Already a massive beat of power, the new Z4 now offers even more, coming with a choice of Intel Xeon or Core X processors. It will also support dual extreme graphics.
“The revamped Z4 workstation, along with our latest HP Windows Mixed Reality Headset and new customer-friendly VR solutions and services, will transform the way products across industries are developed,” said Xavier Garcia, vice president and general manager, Z Workstations, HP.
The HP Z4 workstation was built for engineering, simulation, rendering and virtual reality, delivering powerful performance for a range of applications. Tit can easily handle tasks that require high frequency processing, multiple CPU cores and dual high-powered GPUs.
Aside from the Intel Xeon W processors, the Z4 Workstation can be now configured with the Intel Core X processors available with up to 18 cores and up to two extreme graphics GPUs for disruptive performance and productivity.
Developed with simulation-based design and VR content creation as key target use cases, users can move seamlessly from design, to simulation, to visualization.