Today, HP is launching updates to their HP Z Workstation lineup. If you are a small business seeking big horsepower in your PC, look no further than HP’s latest offerings. With three different workstations available, there is one workstation guaranteed to fit the needs of every small business. Before I hit the specs, let’s review where this trio of workstations can be expected to deliver first class performance.
As a group, the HP Z line is awesome for small businesses that use professional programs and applications on a daily basis. This line has a workstation designed to handle everything—from running programs like Autodesk AutoCAD, Adobe Premier Pro, and Avid Media Composer to the daily use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook, the HP Z line of Windows 7 Professional workstations has your businesses back.
No task is too large for the HP Z820 that can handle big tasks like creating action packed films, mapping and analyzing oil fields. The HP Z820 has up to 16 processing cores allowing for higher computing performance, up to 512 GB of memory, and up to dual NVIDIA Quadro 6000 graphics. The NVIDIA professional graphics card will give you 5x faster performance across a broad range of design, animation and video, allowing you to complete projects in less time.
The Z620 is HP’s most versatile workstation. Ideal for SMBs in a wide variety of occupations including finance, video production and architecture, this workstation includes support for both single- and dual-socket processors.
The HP Z420 is the predecessor to HP’s most popular workstation, the Z400. If your life includes activities like using CAD, editing videos and pictures, or designing buildings then the HP Z420 is an awesome candidate for your next workstation. With up to eight processing cores, the latest Intel Xeon processor E5-1600 and E5-2600 product families, and support for up to NVIDIA Quadro 5000 or dual NVIDIA Quadro 2000 graphics, this workstation will give your business a powerful boost in both horsepower and productivity.
If you are running a PC that was around when either Brazil or Italy won the World Cup last decade, then I would strongly recommend that you take a look at the impact these new workstations from HP could have on your business. When outfitted with Windows 7 Professional, these workstations will give your small business the tools that it needs to maximize its potential and keep up with the ever changing technological environment that exists today. Windows XP end of support is on the horizon and this new line up from HP should be the excuse that you have been looking for to bring your business up to a whole new level of technological possibilities.