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Article "What Defines a Workstation" on the Pro/E Community

Posted by Richard Strange on 16-Mar-2009 11:54:00

By Rod Strand, Value CAD Marketing Manager, HP

Traditional PC and High-performance Workstation Comparison 

Let’s take a look feature by feature and see how the two compare. To avoid confusion, let’s define both. I’ve heard some people say their workstation is their office space and not the box they are running their applications on. To set the record straight, for this article:

Traditional business PCs are currently the most widely used computers, and they are best suited for standard applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, email, and Internet use. 
High-performance workstations are designed for computationally intense applications that require more graphics capability, processing power, and multi-tasking capacity than a standard PC or notebook PC.

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