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Apple’s stagnant product lines mostly reflect the state of the computer industry

Apple’s stagnant product lines mostly reflect the state of the computer industry The Mac Mini is nearly two, the high-end workstation Mac Pro is almost three, and the sole remaining non-Retina MacBook Pro is now more than four years old.I thought about writing a similar article last month, but with a specific focus on the Mac Pro.

Nvidia debuts line of Quadro Pascal GPUs, including superpowerful GP100

Nvidia debuts line of Quadro Pascal GPUs, including superpowerful GP100 The crop of new GPUs is headlined by the powerful GP100, but also features several more accessible options for less demanding applications.The company’s Quadro line is tailored toward users working in computer-aided design and other similar fields.

Nvidia unveils Quadro cards powered by full GP100 Pascal GPUs, HBM2

Nvidia unveils Quadro cards powered by full GP100 Pascal GPUs, HBM2 Now Nvidia has announced the Quadro GP100 — an ultra-high end GPU based on the full Pascal implementation, with HBM2 attached as well.In fact, the Quadro GP100 offers less FLOPS performance than the GP102-derived P6000.

Apple finally upgrades the Mac Pro, admits the trash can design sucks

Apple finally upgrades the Mac Pro, admits the trash can design sucks Just over four years ago, Apple unveiled a new Mac Pro that it swore would reinvent the concept of a workstation.Today, the company finally took a small step towards upgrading the current Mac Pro design, but it also acknowledged what we’ve all known for years — the trash can aesthetic of the 2013 Mac Pro make it a serious pain to work with.

Intel Will Rebrand Xeons, Preps Gold, Platinum Workstation Processors

Intel Will Rebrand Xeons, Preps Gold, Platinum Workstation Processors Marketing materials need to be updated, and additional explanations prepared for when the new naming system and new products both go live.As for the naming scheme itself, Intel appears to be jettisoning all reference to model types in favor of precious metals — Xeon Gold and Xeon Platinum.