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University of Minnesota turns to NVIDIA Quadro K5000 to convert solar power
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Armstrong White puts the pedal to the metal with NVIDIA Quadro K5200
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Motorcity Europe speeds up 3D modeling with NVIDIA Quadro K5200
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PSA Peugeot Citroën collaborates remotely with NVIDIA Quadro K2200
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Zodiac Aerospace gets a first-class upgrade with NVIDIA Quadro K6000
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Blue Marble 3D Expands Business offerings with NVIDIA GPUs and Iray
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NVIDIA Maximus Technology Helps Astrobotic Ignite New Era of Moon Exploration
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Factory Fifteen Illuminates Architectural Visualization Workflow with NVIDIA Maximus
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MotoCzysz Aims For Land Speed Record With Boost From NVIDIA Maximus
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NVIDIA Maximus accelerates Neoscape's visual production workflow
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NVIDIA® Maximus™ -powered workstations played a significant role in enabling Castro Mello Architects to design a new World Cup stadium.
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NVIDIA Maximus Helps Fisker Automotive Drive at Full Speed.
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NVIDIA Maximus Makes "Deisgn Clinic" a success for Cleat inc.
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Delta Tracing Reinvents Itself with NVIDIA iray and NVIDIA GPUs.
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With Quadro-powered Autodesk software, Neenan can more quickly and efficiently achieve its design and LEED ratings goals. Learn more

AutoCAD, Navisworks and Revit enable Layton to view and modify projects in real-time.
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Celebrity Custom Homes relies on Quadro for the best quality and highest performance when running the AutoCAD software suite.
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Traverston has been able to stand out, even in the rarified, yet highly competitive world of custom motorcycles using NVIDIA Quadro technology.
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NVIDIA iray and GPUs Supercharge Artist Jeff Patton's Designs for Mercedes Benz. Learn more

By leveraging the strengths of Quadro GPUs and AutoCAD, Cole has seen 25 percent productivity gains.
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Trek uses NVIDIA to spot design defects earlier and reduce time to prototypes.
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