AUSTIN, TX — At the Adobe Max show in Los Angeles, Boxx Technologies (www.boxx.com) introduced two new workstations. The Apexx W4L is an Nvidia RTX Studio workstation, while the GoBoxx SLM is an Nvidia RTX Studio laptop.
The Apexx W4L, which is purpose-built to accelerate rendering and simulation, is equipped with four Quadro RTX GPUs, a 28-core (56 thread) Intel Xeon W-3275 processor and 128GB of memory. The workstation is well suited for use with media applications such as Premiere Pro and After Effects, as well as 3D design applications like Dimension.
The first laptops to support realtime ray tracing and advanced AI capabilities, RTX Studio laptops deliver dramatic improvements in productivity and performance across everyday creative apps. Featuring an Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000 GPU, GoBoxx SLM is purpose-built to accelerate creative software applications and workflows, including high resolution video editing, ray tracing and AI processing.
“As Adobe unveils the latest Creative Cloud application innovations, the demand is greater than ever for powerful, purpose-built computer hardware,” notes Bill Leasure, Boxx VP of marketing. “Boxx is constantly upgrading and innovating, working with application providers like Adobe to provide creative professionals with the fastest desktop and mobile systems in the world.”