HP announced at the NAB 2008 the immediate availability of two performance-boosted versions of its high-end personal workstation computers for digital content professionals in the broadcast, film/video post-production, animation and graphic arts industries.
HP’s two updated high-end workstations, the HP xw8600 workstation and the HP xw9400 workstation, offer customers the latest in quad-core processor advances to boost performance for power users working with real-time video, high definition, animation and special effects.
The HP xw8600 workstation, the higher performing of the two, includes up to two Quad-Core Intel Xeon X5482 processors with a 1,600-MHz front side bus, 800-MHz memory and HP’s world-class expandability and reliability. The HP xw9400 workstation offers a choice of three new Quad-Core AMD Opteron 2300 processors.
HP will also join DreamWorks Animation to present a keynote address at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas to preview a breakthrough product collaboration between the two companies.
Via the HP site.
The NAB Show 2008 started already on the 11th with conferences and today the trade-show part is opening in Las Vegas. Actor Tim Robbins will hold the opening keynote later today.
The NAB Show is the world's largest electronic media show covering the development, delivery and management of professional video and audio content across all mediums. More details on the NAB 2008 site.
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