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Virtualization of NX design and engineering applications can help IT managers and global teams accomplish this.AMD Multiuser GPU (Mx GPU) technology brings physical workstation-grade 2D and 3D graphics acceleration to the datacenter.IT departments no longer need to support individual workstations with multiple hardware, OS, and application configurations.Users simply log in to their virtual desktops at any time from any device and receive full workstation performance and GPU acceleration.In design and manufacturing today, customers face increased pressure to reduce IT costs, while seeking out ways to improve flexibility, performance, and security.Enterprise companies and large suppliers need to have the ability to get global design teams up and running quickly in new locations, and they need all teams to be able to easily access the latest data and software installation by updating a single server.Not only this, many companies face commercial challenges in reducing design and production costs while getting the product as quickly to market as possible.Many design engineers today rely on NX from Siemens PLM Software, which provides a professional environment to design, manipulate, simulate and analyze product assemblies.High quality, real-time 3D modeling is essential to the entire product development process, with many assemblies having hundreds or even thousands of components.
For some snapshots of earlier web pages see the Internet Archive Wayback site.
Where possible I have provided hypertext links to further sources of information on the tool.
These links vary in quality ranging from a pointer to the vendors home page, to the man pages entry, and to how to download the code.
Another valuable tool for checking links is Link Quality at a Glance from Hans van der Graaf.
Some links such as Basic State and Lemon give a 404 error code or a 405 code in the case of MLab but appear to be accessible and so currently are left in. Increasingly new additions are from reader suggestions/recommendations.