Jon Peddie Market News

JPR invites you to take our latest survey on Workstation Graphics.

Posted by Robert Dow on July 7th 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

JPR has has been conducting a series of surveys in an effort to better understand the evolving CAD and Workstation consumer and markets. We have received thousands of replies which have been extremely helpful. Our latest survey is focused on Workstation Add-In Graphics Boards (AIBs) and how brand effects choice and expectation. The latest survey can be found HERE, participants have a chance to win an IPad mini or Microsoft Surface 2. Thank you!

Adobe releases Creative Cloud 2014

Posted by Robert Dow on June 25th 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

Adobe’s first major product line release since Creative Suite 6 cements the company’s commitment to subscription and the cloud. Following several months of private briefings Adobe has announced major upgrades to all 14 of its Creative Cloud products, new mobile apps, and probably most anticipated, the arrival of its hardware products the Ink pen and the Slide ruler. The company has also announced a new SDK that will enable other companies to build products on the Adobe Creative Cloud platform. - See more at: GraphicSpeak

JPR releases its latest Workstation Market Quarterly report

Posted by Robert Dow on June 5th 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

Workstation market maintains slow-but-steady progress in Q1’14. "Cautious and tentative, but still headed in the right direction" — that's how Jon Peddie Research (JPR) senior analyst and JPR Workstation Report author Alex Herrera sums up 2014's first quarter market results in the workstation market. JPR has wrapped up and published its analysis of Q1'14 results which subscribers can download HERE.

Neuro-gaming growing by leaps and bounds

Posted by Robert Dow on June 4th 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

Neuro-gaming will be­come a recognized category that com­bines games, brain research, sensors, and new kinds of user interfaces for computers and entertainment devices. The majority of products on display at the emerging NeuroGaming confer­ence were head-mounted electroenceph­alogram (EEG) devices, but there were also gloves, bio-feedback, and various motion sensor systems including the Leap Motion controller. Read More at GraphicSpeak

D-Day engineering marvels recreated for immersive 3D

Posted by Robert Dow on June 2nd 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

A Dassault Systèmes team virtually reconstructs Mulberry Harbor, the Waco glider and other key innovations. The results will be part of a documentary on PBS. Working from a variety of drawings and artifacts, a team from Dassault Systèmes has used the Catia 3D CAD and other company products to virtually recreate some of the key engineering innovations behind the D-Day Allied invasion of Normandy in World War II. See More at: GraphicSpeak

Please take part in our new RG Survey

Posted by Robert Dow on May 23rd 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

We are conducting an industry wide survey on remote graphics and virtual workstations and to better understand needs, awareness, and usage of these solutions. We would appreciate if you could take about 10min of your time to fill in the survey and tell us about your experience.We recognize that your time is valuable, and so we are holding a raffle at the conclusion of the survey (May 30th) including two AMD W9100 Workstation AIBs and two Dell M3800 mobile workstations. You can take the RG SURVEY HERE.

Please take part in our CAD Survey

Posted by Robert Dow on May 12th 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

Jon Peddie Research is conducting a survey to better understand how people work in multi-CAD environments. We would like to know how you work with DWG files and the issues you may have encountered preserving data integrity. We recognize that your time is valuable and so we are holding a drawing at the conclusion of the survey which includes iPads, Surface Pro2s, Galaxy Note tablets. We would love your feedback, you can find the survey HERE at JPR CAD SURVEY.

Our April 2014 Semi-Annual Workstation report is now available

Posted by Robert Dow on May 1st 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

Now in its twelfth year, JPR’s Workstation Report - Professional Computing Markets and Technologies has established itself as the essential reference guide for hardware and software vendors and suppliers serving the workstation and professional graphics markets. Today we are releasing our 2014 April Semi-Annual edition available for download for subscribers.

Maya LT to launch on Steam

Posted by Robert Dow on April 23rd 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

Autodesk will launch Maya LT 2015 on the Steam gaming platform next week, making its animation and modeling feature set available to more than 65 million gamers, developers and artists. For $50 per month, Steam users who subscribe to Maya LT will be able to create 3D game assets to personalize their games and bring them into popular Steam titles like “Defense of the Ancients 2” (DoTA 2) or to create assets for use in their own games. - See more at: GraphicSpeak

Autodesk releases Flame 2015

Posted by Robert Dow on April 8th 2014 | Permalink
Categories Featured News
Tags:

Autodesk this week revealed the 2015 update to Flame, its toolset for high-end visual effects and creative finishing. Leading the list of new features is support for 4K and Ultra HD workflows. The new high-definition workflow supports industry standard 4K formats; 4K/UHD color management supporting ACES and REC-2020 color spaces; real-time monitoring and playback via SDI of 4K/UHD material at 50P and 60P; timeline effects and batch nodes performance optimization and 4K capable substance textures. - See more at: GraphicSpeak