Dell launches first virtual reality enabled dell precision workstations

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End to end ICT solutions provider, Dell is formalizing its commitment to the future of Virtual Reality, with the unveiling of a set of new Virtual Reality-ready solutions that are optimised for professional VR consumption and creation.

Features of the new Dell Precision workstations and hardware configurations included minimum CPU, memory and graphics requirements to support optimal VR viewing experience and compatible graphics drivers.

According to the Country Manager, Dell Nigeria, Akin Banuso, Dell Precision has been delivering immersive computing experiences for many years, including 3D immersive caves, simulation and military application, but the new Virtual Reality solution brings immersive visualisation to the masses by democratising the technology.

Banuso said that, “The implementations are endless and Precision aims to address the need for more rigor when professional creators demand the utmost in performance and reliability while building incredible VR content.”

Dell also announced upgrade to its Dell Precision Tower Workstations to meet the needs of professional creators, with new increased performance, graphics, and memory for VR content creation.

The newly refreshed Dell Precision Tower 5810, 7810, and 7910 Workstations and Rack 7910 have been upgraded with new Intel Broadwell EP Processors that have more cores and performance for multi-threaded applications that are ideal for professional modelling, analysis and calculations.

Additional upgrades includes the latest professional graphics technology from AMD and NVIDIA, Dell Precision Ultra-Speed PCle drives with up to 4xfaster performance than traditional SATA SSD Storage and up to 1TB of DDR4 Memory running



 

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