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MSI launches 17-inch ‘Skylake’ mobile workstation with RAID 0 NVMe PCIe SSDs

Published 05 October 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: cad, core i7, xeon, mobile workstation, msi, ssds

MSI is the latest manufacturer to unveil a mobile workstation based on Intel’s 6th Generation (Skylake) Core-i7 and Xeon processors.

The 17.3-inch MSI WT72 mobile workstation features a choice of three processors: the Intel Xeon E3-1505M (2.8GHz up to 3.70GHz Turbo), the Intel Core i7-6920HQ (2.9GHz up to 3.80GHz Turbo) and the Intel Core i7-6700HQ (2.6GHz up to 3.50GHz Turbo).

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Dell slims down Precision mobile workstations for Intel Skylake

Published 01 October 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: dell, quadro, firepro, xeon, precision, mobile workstation, skylake, nvme

The new slimline Dell Precision 15 5510, a replacement for the Precision M3800

Dell has completely re-designed its entire family of mobile workstations, featuring a thinner and lighter design and new generation Intel Skylake processors, including the forthcoming Intel Xeon mobile CPU.

There are three 15-inch models and one 17-inch model, to suit all different types of users.

The Dell Precision 15 3510 is a budget 15-inch mobile workstation, taking over from the Dell Precision M2800.

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Dell introduces new ‘Skylake’ entry-level desktop workstations

Published 01 October 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: dell, quadro, firepro, workstation, precision, skylake, sff

The Dell Precision Tower 3420 (left) and Tower 3620 (right)

In the second of two workstation announcements today, Dell has released details of its new entry-level desktop workstations, the Dell Precision Tower 3420 and 3620.

Both machines are based on the new Intel Skylake processors (Core i3, i5, i7, and Xeon E3-1200 v5), feature up to 64GB RAM, support new generation M.2 PCIe SSDs and offer optional Thunderbolt 2.

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Locking down simulation for Kiekert

Published 30 September 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: simulation, automotive, cae, adams, msc

For Kiekert, designing a car child lock benefits from CAE

Designing, developing and manufacturing custom locking systems for over 150 years, Kiekert knows a thing or two about what makes car doors click.

Producing side-door latches, latch modules, rear compartment and hood latches and a broad range of actuators for side doors, sliding doors, decklids and various interiors solutions… the list goes on, but few are as important as its child safety locks that are built into the rear car doors.

When the child safety lock is engaged, the rear doors can only be opened from the outside. On newer models, this safety lock is activated or deactivated electronically utilising a small motor within the side door latch by a switch, typically located near the driver’s side door lock switch.

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