BOXX Launches Intel Xeon Processor-based 3DBOXX 8300 Series Workstation
Posted May 26, 2006

BOXX Technologies Inc. has announced the new 3DBOXX 8300 Performance Series Workstation. The 3DBOXX 8300 is a high-performance personal workstation which leverages the power of the new Dual-Core Intel Xeon 5100 Series processors running in conjunction with the new Intel 5000X chipset.

With new performance features such as a 1333MHz front side bus, 4MB of cache shared between two cores, FB-DIMMs (a cutting-edge memory technology) and powerful I/O, the new 3DBOXX 8300 Series Workstation provides enhanced workflow for today's VFX professionals.

The 3DBOXX 8300 Series Workstation is the latest manifestation of BOXX's intention to help the VFX artist benefit from trends toward multi-core processing and multi-threaded applications. BOXX is a strong proponent of a fully fleshed-out 64-bit and parallel processing technology eco-system, which allows the company to design high-performance computing platforms that drive workflow improvement for VFX professionals.

The new 3DBOXX 8300 Series Workstation will replace the 3DBOXX 8200 Series Workstation, which has been a mainstay of the BOXX workstation line-up.

The 3DBOXX 8300 Series Workstation will be available through BOXX and its worldwide network of resellers in the next 45 days. Base pricing start at USD $2,995. BOXX offers flexible financing options, and all 3DBOXX Workstations are backed by the company's renowned technical support, which ensures that VFX artists always get the most out of their investment.