Dell Precision workstations are certified to run approximately 40 professional applications, including apps from ISV's such as Autodesk, SoftImage, AVID, Dassault Systemes and others are designed to help engineers, designers, developers and artists do their daily jobs. By comparison, many competitive systems don't offer a formal application and hardware certification program or only offer proprietary applications.
So we're on the same page, a “workstation” as defined by the industry must:
Many competitors attempting to compete in this space resort to a “one size fits all” approach which, for some customers, is like using a teaspoon to fill the Grand Canyon or, for others, it’s like using a shovel to scoop sugar into your coffee.
Dell offers a range of mobile and desktop workstations to meet specific needs. You need a teaspoon, we give you a teaspoon. You need an earth-moving bulldozer, we have that too. Need to take your tools with you on the road? Dell’s got you covered with the mobile workstation line.
When we launched the Precision line of workstations in 1997, we helped define the workstation market with a commitment to industry standard architectures and proven ISV partnerships and certifications. Additionally, all Dell workstations come standard with 3-year on-site support.
In this vlog, I discuss Dell's mobile and desktop workstation lineup and talk a bit more about what makes a true workstation.
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When is there going to be an Optiplex model with the Core 2 Duo?
Is the Intel's vPro specs going to be applied to the new models?
You said: "What exactly is a "teaspoon"?"
It is a common English word for a particularly sized spoon. In general, it holds about 5 milliliters, and is commonly the "small spoon" used in place settings. It is commonly used when serving tea, coffee and other beverages that may require a spoon for adding flavor enhancers (sugar, creamer...etc) and stirring.
And, I seriously hope you were joking. It's not difficult to check a dictionary.