HP’s Z workstations have been designed to meet the demands of professionals who may be working with intricate 3D models, complex datasets, video editing and photography.
HP’s workstations set the “standard for innovation, performance, and reliability” according to the company, 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 a users needs; all-in-ones, desktop workstations, and even laptop workstations such as the HP ZBook 14 Mobile Workstation which offers a choice of Windows 8 and Windows 7 versions, a choice of processors including the Intel Core i7-4600U with Intel HD Graphics 4400, and a large 16GB of RAM.
While the types of devices are tailored for desktop and mobile scenarios they all offer the power that professionals require.
The Ultimate CGI showcase powered by HP Z
CGI is a staple of film and television production the world over. Award-winning FX houses The Mill, Milk, Imaginarium and Framestore leverage HP's technology to startling effect as evidenced by this video.
Advanced Video Editing Software on HP Z Workstations
Non-linear editing software has come a long way since pioneering work at Lucasfilm spawned EditDroid and SoundDroid during the production of Return of the Jedi. Here HP showcases how HP Z workstations can be utilised with cutting edge video editing software in time-sensitive environments.
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