New BOXX Workstation Boosts Performance, Aided by New Intel Processors

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AUSTIN, TEXAS — BOXX Technologies, has introduced the 3DBOXX 4120, a new, compact, professional workstation featuring the fourth-generation Intel Xeon processors E3-1200 v3 product family and Intel’s fourth-generation Core processors.

These products offer a significant performance increase over previous Intel processors while also providing better power efficiency. BOXX is among the first hardware manufacturers to offer a workstation featuring the new micro architectures.

"Workstation solutions based on the Intel Xeon processors will spark innovation throughout a host of industries," said Frank Soqui, Workstation General Manager of Intel's Workstation Group Intel technology. "Through early adoption of this technology in the 3DBOXX 4120, BOXX is providing users with revolutionary processing power, access to Intel's latest processor graphics technologies, and the latest computing infrastructure to create photo-realistic designs faster than ever." 

The integration of a new, four-core fourth generation Intel Core i7 or four-core Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v3 product family enables 3DBOXX 4120 to offer a 10  percent performance increase over its predecessor, the 3DBOXX 4050. The workstation also features advanced liquid cooling and a new compact chassis ensuring quiet operation while making it ideal for space-constrained environments. Despite its space-saving form factor, 4120 includes a professional NVIDIA graphics card (Quadro or high end GeForce GTX) and solid state drives (SSDs), while remaining affordably priced for entry to mid-level professionals.

3DBOXX 4120 provides outstanding support for engineering, architectural, and product design applications, including Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks, Autodesk Revit, and other frequency driven applications. It also delivers exceptional performance for visualization, 3D animation, modeling, and motion media.

"Because BOXX specializes in professional workstations, we know that businesses require the latest technology and innovation for greater efficiency and productivity," said Shoaib Mohammad, BOXX VP of Marketing and Business Development. ""The integration of new Intel processors based on Haswell micro architecture in the 3DBOXX 4120, coupled with our new space-saving chassis, liquid cooling, SSDs, and NVIDIA GPUs, provides architects, engineers, and visualization pros with maximum performance in a minimum size-all at a value price."



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