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Eurocom Offers Complete Line of Quadro based 15.6", 17.3" and 18.4" Notebooks

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  1. btarunr

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    Eurocom, (www.eurocom.com) a developer of long lifespan, fully upgradable Notebooks, high performance Mobile Workstations and Mobile Servers, is offering a complete line of NVIDIA Quadro GPU powered Mobile Workstations from 15.6” to 18.4” that are specifically designed for Engineers and Designers.

    Eurocom offers a complete line of NVIDIA Quadro mobile GPU’s from 3000M, 4000M and 5010M within notebooks ranging from a very small and portable 15.6” EUROCOM Racer to 17.3” Eurocom Neptune and Panther to the 18.4” EUROCOM Leopard 2.0. This enables Eurocom customers to choose the perfect Quadro based system for their professional needs, with up to 4 GB GDDR5 video memory, and 384 CUDA cores.

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    Eurocom Mobile Workstations are built to offer unmatched performance, long lifespan and full upgradeability of the processor, memory, storage, operating system and VGA technology, and are designed with the most innovative technology and components available, from workstation class desktop Intel Xeon Processors and RAID 0/1/5/10 support to dual GPU support.

    Eurocom offers Quad buffered stereo support in quad buffered stereo applications with 3D stereoscopic glasses in all Eurocom Mobile Workstations, 3D displays and NVIDIA Quadro high end solutions. The EUROCOM Neptune also comes complete with a built in emitter. The 120Hz 3D signal is outputted to an external monitor via DVI-DL (DVI Dual Link) port.



    Eurocom systems and NVIDIA Quadro mobile graphics with Open GL 4.1 are ideal for professional applications such as: Adobe Creative Suite 5.5, Autodesk 3DS Max, Autodesk Autocad 2011, Autodesk Inventor 2012, Avid Media Composer, Dassault Catia, Dassault Solidworks, Siemens X, ANSYS, MATLAB, Dassault Simulia.

    CUDA or Compute Unified Device Architecture is a parallel computing architecture developed by NVIDIA. CUDA is the computing engine in NVIDIA graphics processing units (GPUs) that are accessible to software developers through variants of industry standard programming languages. The current generation CUDA architecture (Fermi) GPU is designed from the ground up to support more programming languages, NVIDIA has also introduced several new features:
    • NVIDIA Parallel DataCache technology
    • NVIDIA GigaThread engine
    • ECC memory support
    • Native support for Visual Studio
    Benefits of NVIDIA Quadro
    NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics solutions adhere to higher quality and reliability standards than consumer level graphics cards. NVIDIA Quadro GPUs are designed and built to provide leading performance, reliability, compatibility and stability with applications like Autodesk AutoCAD, 3ds Max, and Dassault Systemes SolidWorks, among many others.

    Like NVIDIA, Eurocom believes NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics cards are the right choice for these types of applications because they provide the dependability that professionals require. NVIDIA and its ISV partners invest a great deal of engineering hours to provide optimized professional application solutions, resulting in a lower likelihood of a driver related software bug interrupting a professional’s work. Eurocom and NVIDIA recommend that if your livelihood depends on using professional applications, then Quadro professional graphics solutions are the best choice.

    Eurocom Notebooks supporting NVIDIA Quadro GPU's

    15.6” – EUROCOM Racer
    • Professional Graphics: NVIDIA Quadro 3000M, 4000M, 5010M
    • 3.1 kg/6.82 lbs
    • Two storage drive capacity, 2 terabytes, RAID 0/1, SSD, HDD, Hybrid
    • Up to 32GB, 4x SODIMM sockets, DDR3-1333/DDR3-1600/DDR3-1866
    • Supports Sandy Bridge line of Intel Core i5 and i7 processors; up to Intel Core i7 2960XM Extreme Edition with 8MB of L3 cache
    17.3” – EUROCOM Neptune
    • Professional Graphics: NVIDIA Quadro 3000M, 4000M, 5010M
    • 3.90kg/8.58 lbs
    • Three storage drive capacity, 3 terabytes, RAID 0/1/5/10, SSD, HDD, Hybrid
    • Up to 32GB, 4x SODIMM sockets, DDR3-1333/DDR3-1600/DDR3-1866
    • Supports Sandy Bridge line of Intel Core i5 and i7 processors; up to Intel Core i7 2960XM Extreme Edition with 8MB of L3 cache
    17.3” - EUROCOM Panther 2.0
    • Professional Graphics: NVIDIA Quadro 3000M, 4000M, 5010M
    • 5.3kg/11.66 lbs
    • Four storage drive capacity, 4 terabytes, RAID 0/1/5/10, SSD, HDD, Hybrid
    • Up to 24GB; 3x SODIMM sockets, supports DDR3-1333/DDR3-1600
    • Desktop Processors up to Intel i7-990X Processor Extreme or XEON X5690 series; 4 and 6-cores; LGA1366; 32nm technology; 65W-130W
    18.4” - EUROCOM Leopard 2.0
    • Professional Graphics: NVIDIA Quadro 3000M, 4000M, 5010M
    • 5.6kg/12.32 lbs
    • Four storage drive capacity, 4 terabytes, RAID 0/1/5/10, SSD, HDD, Hybrid
    • Up to 24GB, 3X SODIMM sockets, DDR3-1333/1600/1866
    • Supports Sandy Bridge line of Intel Core i5 and i7 processors; up to Intel Core i7 2960XM Extreme Edition with 8 MB of L3 cache
    NVIDIA Quadro GPU’s supported by Eurocom Notebooks
    • NVIDIA Quadro 5010M- 384 CUDA cores, 100W, 4GB GDDR5, Open GL 4.1
    • NVIDIA Quadro 4000M- 336 CUDA cores, 100W, 2GB GDDR5, Open GL 4.1
    • NVIDIA Quadro 3000M- 240 CUDA cores, 75W, 2GB GDDR5, Open GL 4.1
    Please refer to NVIDIA Quadro 5010M Benchmarks in Eurocom Panther 3.0.
     
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    I bet that laptop can take off.
     
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    WOW! Now that is a desktop replacement :eek:
     
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    If that is the amount of cooling they put in their laptops...I'm gonna have to get me one someday.
     
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    I wonder why Apple hasn't sued for the name Leopard yet

    In all seriousness, isn't this a VERY niche market? Very few who need that kind of power will need a mobility of a laptop
     
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    And battery life is 1 m 30 secs?
     
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    I don't see any battery. :)
     
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    The UPS is the battery

    Adding a decent UPS in the package would be the idea (with flexibility to different power grids), though it would defeat the purpose of a laptop (portability). :shadedshu

    For the money such a behemoth would command I got a better idea, stick with the Desktop PC :cool:
     

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