Are you interested in increasing your Autodesk® software throughput? Intel representatives share tips and tricks that can help you achieve improved performance and productivity. They also discuss the impact that a balanced workstation configuration can have on your opportunity to explore what if ideas in less time. If you use Autodesk® design and creation suites, attend this class to learn when and why a dual-socket workstation offers you significant advantages over single-processor workstations and desktop PCs.
- Configure a balanced system to optimize your workflow
- Explain the trade-offs between integrated graphics versus discrete graphics
- Assess when a second processor can benefit your workflow
- Describe the impact of solid state drives (SSD) on end-user productivity
Samantha Phenix is the Director of Strategic ISV Alliances for the Intel Technical Computing Group. In her 16 years working in the high tech industry, she has built a strong reputation as a highly valued subject matter expert, playing a vital role in developing collaborative relationships with key customers and partners in order to identify growth opportunities, and to build and deliver long-term winning strategies and products. She holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from University of Ulster in Coleraine and a Master's in Business Administration from Concordia University.