Lenovo used Autodesk University to announce support of NVIDIA’s Quadro RTX graphics card technology. This card is now available for the ThinkStation P330 Tower up to the ThinkStation P920.

NVIDIA developed the RTX platform to “simulate the physical world at unprecedented speeds.” This platform includes support for AI, ray tracing capabilities, and simulation SDKs. The results are incredible designs, highly realistic simulations, and stunning visual effects.

Lenovo is showcasing what is possible with AI and digital fabrication. From MX3D’s first-of-its-kind smart bridge, North Carolina State University’s groundbreaking climate change research, and Mark III Systems’ impressive quality assurance process, Lenovo is powering technological breakthroughs with AI to augment human intelligence to solve increasingly complex problems.

“The opportunity to examine real-time data from these sensors will provide insight to inform designs for future 3D-printed metallic structures. For something like this to succeed, you need partners who are going to help you reimagine the way things are designed and help you stay ahead,” said Gijs van der Velden, CEO of MX3D. “Lenovo workstations have been key in providing the computing power we need to run these complex AI workflows to help our team revolutionize how bridges are built.”

Offering real-time ray tracing and AI-enhanced workflows, the Quadro RTX scales graphics memory and performance to drive the most demanding rendering, AI and visual computing workloads. With new RT and Tensor cores, the Quadro RTX takes rendering from simulated to real-time – allowing for faster iterations and endless design innovations.

The company at the forefront of this technology is Epic Games with its Unreal Engine – an industry-leading suite of tools designed for professionals working with real-time technology to design and build games, simulations and visualizations, films and broadcast content.

“At Epic, we are constantly striving to set new visual fidelity standards with Unreal Engine to empower architects, designers and engineers to create fully interactive experiences that convey the creative intent behind their designs,” said Marc Petit, General Manager, Unreal Engine Enterprise at Epic Games. “Lenovo understands the needs of the Unreal Engine community, offering AEC professionals powerful workstation solutions featuring the new NVIDA Quadro RTX cards that enable the development of photorealistic real-time applications.”

To learn more about our workstations and this new offering, visit https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/thinkworkstations.


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