In this class, you will learn how to get the best performance from your Autodesk software by selecting and tuning a workstation optimized for your Autodesk workflows, and you will discover the latest HP workstation solutions. The class covers how to select best the CPU (processor), GPU (graphics), memory, and storage (hard drive) options for use with Revit®-based software, AutoCAD®, Inventor®, and other Autodesk software. Time will be provided for questions and answers. This class is most appropriate for those with beginning or intermediate knowledge of computer hardware.
- List the key components of computer hardware and how they affect the performance of Autodesk applications
- Apply best practices for analyzing Autodesk applications and maximizing their performance on workstations and mobile workstations
- Assess the hardware requirements for AutoCAD and Inventor
- Assess the hardware requirements for Revit-based products
Frank Deming has worked as an HP technical consultant specializing in Autodesk application performance for over 10 years. Frank manages the HP/Autodesk Workstation Certification program and works with customers and Autodesk to provide the best price/performance selections of HP Workstations and Mobile workstations for Autodesk software. Frank has a strong professional background in Intel technologies, Microsoft Windows, and Workstation technologies.