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Issue: Workstations - November 2006

BOXX LAUNCHES RTX SERIES WITH QUAD-CORE PROCESSORS

AUSTIN, TX - Boxx Technologies (www.boxxtech.com) has released the 3DBoxx RTX Series Workstation, running the new 5300 series Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors. Geared toward film post production, the 64-bit RTX Series features a chassis designed to house up to 15 data drives for up to 1GB/s of storage bandwidth.
 
Boxx is a strong proponent of a fully fleshed-out, 64-bit and parallel processing technology eco-system. The 3DBoxx RTX Series Workstation is a dual-processor workstation with the ability to run both Dual-Core and Quad-Core processors.

“The 3DBoxx RTX Series was designed to drive substantial workflow improvements with Digital Intermediate (DI) applications,” notes Boxx’s director of marketing, Francois Wolf. “The result is a unique, powerful workstation made for DI experts who need to smoothly work with thousands of HD, 2K or 4K frames.”

“The breakthrough performance and performance/watt of the new Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors are ideal for VFX post production applications running on the 3DBoxx RTX Series Workstation,” says Boyd Davis, general manager, Intel Server Platform Group Marketing. “With up to 8MB of L2 cache and a 1066MHz front side bus, the Quad-Core Xeon processor enables great workflow improvements with multi-threaded VFX applications in heavy multi-tasking environments.”