HP’s Z4 Rack G5 workstation receives CGW Silver Edge Award at SIGGRAPH 2023
August 29, 2023

HP’s Z4 Rack G5 workstation receives CGW Silver Edge Award at SIGGRAPH 2023

CGW has officially announced HP’s Z4 Rack G5 workstation as a recipient of a CGW Silver Edge Award for SIGGRAPH 2023. Selected by CGW's editorial team, the Silver Edge Awards recognize the most innovative and impressive technologies announced or on display at the annual conference. 
Out of the many exhibitors participating in SIGGRAPH’s 50th annual conference this year, CGW selected 10 companies for their outstanding technological achievements. These best-of-show selections demonstrate remarkable advancements in the field of computer graphics. 

About HP’s Z4 Rack G5 Workstation

This year at SIGGRAPH, HP announced the HP Z4 Rack G5, a powerful new 1U rack workstation. Designed and engineered to revolutionize the way professionals work remotely, the workstation features a compact 1U form factor design and advanced performance tailored to the needs of the most demanding customers. 

As data scientists, content creators, and engineers adapt to the expectation of working from anywhere, the HP Z4 Rack G5 offers the flexibility needed to deliver high-quality, high-performance computing from wherever you sit. With the option of HP Anyware, teams can access the power of the Z4 Rack from any device, delivering fast responsiveness and image quality, even under varying network connections. 

The workstation is equipped to power the needs for advanced VFX, 3D modeling, and rendering with up to 24 cores in an Intel Xeon W-2400 CPU, support for NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada Generation graphics, and up to 256 GB DDR5 memory, all with room to upgrade and expand.

Innovative engineering enables optimal thermal performance, allowing the workstation to handle intensive workloads without compromising productivity. Built with premium components and rigorously tested for reliability and durability, the Z4 Rack G5 provides uninterrupted performance for critical tasks.

HP has also announced support for the new Ada Generation GPUs—NVIDIA RTX 6000, 5000, 4500, and 4000—across their platforms. These GPUs offer abundant graphics memory with error-correcting code for rendering, data science, and engineering simulation. The fourth-generation Tensor Cores provide up to five times the model training performance and the inference performance of the previous-generation NVIDIA Ampere architecture for faster generative AI content creation.  

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