Posted on 05/29/19
Clients approach Predictive Engineering with a design for a product which can range from satellites to submarines. We worked with them to create a workstation with enough power to handle their diverse workflow.
Posted on 04/01/19
Argonne chemists use artificial neural networks to read molecular spectra. They enlisted the help of Puget Systems to build them a workstation that could be used to train convolutional neural networks.
Posted on 03/31/19
Puget Systems worked with SFFILM to customize workstations for their independent filmmakers like Molly Stuart which help bring their creations to life.
Posted on 03/28/19
Our Voice USA worked with Puget Systems to build a customized workstation which helps them build tools to engage citizens in the political process regardless of their economic status.
Posted on 10/20/18
Smarter Every Day generates huge amounts of 4K and high speed footage content, and needed a high performance workstation that could keep up with their work. With a new workstation from Puget Systems, their post-production workflow is 4.4X faster!
Posted on 10/19/18
SubVRsive, experts in VR, AR, and 360 video content, worked with Puget Systems to design workstations they help them create engaging content for customers that include Google, Walmart, Ford, AMD, and Showtime Sports.
Posted on 05/30/18
Professor George and his students at Utah State University used three Puget Systems workstations, along with photogrammetry and virtual reality programs, to design a new, sustainable community on Powder Mountain in the Ogden Valley of Utah.
Posted on 05/08/18
David McFarland, Head of Data Science at RentPath uses Puget Systems DIGITS box for Deep Learning and GPU-accelerated computation
Posted on 04/26/18
Designer, Kevin Airgid, uses a Recommended System for Adobe After Effects CC to create large-venue motion graphics.
Posted on 04/06/18
Safariland is a designer and manufacturer of equipment for sporting, military, law enforcement, investigation and public safety personnel., specifically gun holsters. The engineering team uses a certified Puget Systems workstation to conceptualize and produce prototypes.