- Z by HP Performance Desktops offer the essential balance of CPU and GPU compute for complex, data rich workflows, and the new HP Z8 Fury is the world’s most advanced data science workstation.1
- HP Anyware Remote System Controller, the world’s most advanced remote management peripheral, is a small but powerful device that securely manages high performance devices from any location.2
PALO ALTO, Calif., Feb. 15, 2023 – HP Inc. announced its new Z by HP high-performance workstation desktop lineup, engineered to change what is possible within complex, data rich workflows. HP is advancing hybrid workforce management with the HP Anyware Remote System Controller, a device that gives IT departments the management capabilities to support high performance devices from anywhere.
The complex workflows in industries spanning media and entertainment, data science, and engineering mean increased time pressure and the need for more compute power to deliver faster results. They also highlight a need to iterate with remote teams and push creative boundaries to deliver more accurate results. The new Z by HP Z4, Z6, Z8, and Z8 Fury desktops, powered by Intel®, deliver the scalable balance of CPU and GPU compute needed to fuel new levels of speed, accuracy, and creativity.
"Z by HP is dedicated to delivering the best possible computing experience to fuel new levels of speed, accuracy, and creativity,” said Jim Nottingham, Vice President and General Manager, Z by HP. "HP’s design engineering, together with the power of Intel and NVIDIA, provide the performance, scalability, and security our customers require to meet their evolving needs."
"Intel® and Z by HP represent the future of high-performance workstation computing," said Roger Chandler, Vice President and General Manager, Intel. "With Intel® Xeon® W, users can expect breakthrough performance, advanced security features, and the scalability they need to tackle the most demanding workloads."
“Traditional design and visualization workflows are evolving rapidly, thanks to revolutionary advances in AI, photoreal rendering, and simulation,” said Bob Pette, vice president of professional visualization at NVIDIA. “The new high-end workstations will deliver the GPU and CPU horsepower needed to meet the toughest demands of creative and technical professionals to enhance productivity and collaboration.”