Miami - Triggering the start of a new evolution in the company's workstation line, Alienware has introduced its most powerful workstation to date: the MJ-12 8550i powered by the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 5300 series.
As the first Alienware workstation to offer quad-core processing, the new MJ-12 8550i represents the initial offering in a series of upcoming workstation solutions from Alienware during the first quarter of 2007.
The Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 5300 series injects the MJ-12 8550i with 50 percent greater performance than previous-generation Intel Xeonprocessors. This helps Alienware's latest workstation deliver unparalleled performance-per-watt and expanded virtualization capabilities, great news for demanding creative professionals such as CAD engineers and digital content creators.
To maximize storage space and data access speed, the MJ-12 8550i is available with up to four 15,000 RPM Serial Attached SCSI hard drives. Also ideal for memory-intensive applications, the workstation includes up to 16GB of DDR2 FBDIMM memory, in addition to being equipped with Nvidia Quadro FX and ATI FireGL graphics.