Nashua, N.H. - NextComputing, a provider of portable and small-form-factor workstations and servers, announces the Nucleus small-footprint, desk-side workstation for engineers, animators, designers, or anyone using high-end professional applications seeking an alternative to large, power-hungry tower workstations.
With the Nucleus workstation, NextComputing has answered the call for a high-performance workstation in a small form factor (SFF). The Nucleus is designed to run demanding applications, such as Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks, CATIA, or 3DVIA; Autodesk Inventor, Maya, and 3ds Max; and other popular 3D CAD, DCC, and PLM solutions.
The Nucleus workstation is available in three models, all featuring Intel processors:
- T5520 - Dual-socket Intel Xeon 5600 series processors, offering up to 12 cores, 24 threads of processing, and up to 48GB RAM
- AC206 - Single-socket 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 or Intel Xeon quad-core processor and up to 32GB RAM
- AX58C - Single-socket Intel Xeon 5600 series or 1st Generation Intel Core i7 quad-core or six-core processor and up to 24GB RAM
All Nucleus workstations offer:
- A compact and space-saving small-form-factor mini tower chassis with an eye-catching and durable silver finish
- Up to eight (8) no-tools removable internal 2.5-inch hard drives for up to 8TB of high-speed RAID storage
- A large selection of ISV certified Nvidia Quadro and AMD FirePro professional graphics solutions
- A convenient carrying handle if the system must be moved between locations
- NextComputing's customization services, including OEM configuration management and private labeling for small-volume orders
The Nucleus workstation is available now starting at $2,165.