LOS ANGELES — Boxx Technologies (www.boxx.com), an innovator of high-performance computer workstations, rendering systems and servers, has announced the new GoBoxx SLM - an Nvidia RTX Studio laptop. The GoBoxx SLM is being demonstrated at SIGGRAPH 2019 running Adobe Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve.
RTX Studio laptops are among the first to support realtime ray tracing and advanced AI. The GoBoxx SLM is purpose built to accelerate creative software applications and features an Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000 GPU. Boxx is also at SIGGRAPH with its Apexx desktop workstations, which are equipped with Nvidia Quadro RTX GPUs.
“Each software application refresh puts greater demand on computer hardware, so our mission is to continue to innovate and provide creative professionals with the fastest systems in the world,” explains Bill Leasure, Boxx VP of marketing. “One of the ways we accomplish this is by integrating state-of-the-art technology like Nvidia Quadro RTX GPUs into our GoBoxx SLM and Apexx workstations.”
Weighing five pounds and measuring just .69 of an inch thick, the GoBoxx SLM provides fast ray tracing and rapid GPU acceleration for Adobe CC, DaVinci Resolve, and other creative applications. The addition of Quadro RTX GPUs enables editors to decode raw 6K Red video in realtime, seamlessly edit in Adobe Premiere Pro, render and denoise quickly in Autodesk Arnold, and color grade fast in DaVinci Resolve. Along with the Nvidia Quadro RTX, GoBoxx SLM features an eight-core Intel Core i9 i9-9880H processor, 32GB of RAM, and a 15-inch or 17-inch full HD display.
“Accessing the power of Nvidia Quadro RTX in sleek, mobile form factors offers a huge advantage to designers, artists, and engineering professionals working in today’s fast-paced environments,” says Sandeep Gupte, senior director of professional visualization at Nvidia. “From realtime ray tracing and AI to advanced graphics capabilities, these powerful systems accelerate creative apps and dramatically decrease wait times, enabling users to create at the speed of their imagination.”
Boxx’s new Apexx W4L desktop workstation is equipped with four Nvidia Quadro RTX 8000 GPUs. Apexx W4L also features a 28-core (56 thread) Intel Xeon W-3275 processor and 128GB of memory. Purpose-built to accelerate rendering and simulation, Apexx W4L will support a demonstration of Cinema 4D R21 hosted by creative director and visual effects producer Sabour Amirazodi.
The Boxx booth is also home to Apexx Enigma S3 running the new release of Magix Vegas. Featuring dual Nvidia Quadro RTX 6000 GPUs for optimal support of multi-GPU tasks, Enigma is also equipped with a 9th gen, Intel Core i7 overclocked to 5.1GHz. Enigma accelerates video editing, 3D design and VFX applications.