HP Z workstations push the limits of CGI and video editing software
The Z workstations set the “standard for innovation, performance, and reliability” according to HP, and are used in areas such as media, entertainment, engineering, architecture and even life sciences.
HP Z workstations come in all shapes and sizes to fit the job in hand, whether it’s the compact studio-based all-in-Ones, regular or small form factor desktop workstations, to going on location with laptop workstations such as the HP ZBook 14 Mobile Workstation. The latter manages to offer a choice of Windows OS as well as processors including the Intel Core i7-4600U with Intel HD Graphics 4400, and a large 16GB of RAM all in to a laptop so that work can continue in the field, or even when traveling between locations.
While the specific devices are tailored for different working scenarios, they all offer the power that professionals require.
The Ultimate CGI showcase powered by HP Z
In this video HP shows off what a HP Z workstation can do within the CG industry. At the ZED pop-up Studio we discover how London’s award-winning creative artists and visual effect companies such as The Mill, Milk and Imaginarium, work with the latest HP Z workstations which can easily deal with tons of calculations and complex techniques all of which are prerequisites for today’s movie industry.
“In the three months I’ve been using the HP machines I’ve dramatically reduced downtime, I used to face up to 10 crashes a day on the Mac Pro. It’s saving me an hour a day during busy production days – and that makes life a lot less stressful.” – Jonathan Walton, owner of a post-production company called My Little Eye
Advanced Video Editing Software on HP Z Workstations
HP shows how HP Z workstations can be combined with cutting edge video editing software to create awesome things with huge industry names such as The Mill, Milk, Framestore and Imaginarium presenting how they use the HP Z workstations in creating their art.
“Intel Xeon processors HP Z Workstations allow our creatives to work with complex 3D models and datasets much quicker than they usually would”.
With desktops starting at £896 (inc VAT) for the HP Z230 Tower Workstation to the top of the range HP Z820 Workstation which is packed with the next generation Intel Xeon processors, support for up to 16 processing cores, 16GB memory and a 1TB drive, there will be a workstation to suit both requirements and budget.
To find out more about HP Z Workstations head over to the official website.
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