Ottawa-based PC vendor Eurocom Corp. has released a new line of mobile workstations designed to offer high-performance computing while on the road.

“Eurocom Mobile Workstations are unlike typical consumer notebooks, and even other mobile workstations in that they are built from the ground up to be of a higher quality design to go along with a full complement of extremely stable professional grade components” Eurocom president Mark Bialic, in a statement.

The systems are designed to be upgradeable and customizable, with customers able to choose from a range of configuration options and reconfigure it after purchase with new components if their application requirements change. The mobile workstations are built around a 12 layer motherboard, which Eurocom said improves signal quality, and aids in the decoupling of the power bus, resulting in high quality electromagnetic compatibility and superior motherboard quality and performance.  It also lowers system temperature and electrical waste, making for a more stable system.

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The chassis is built with durable ABS plastics, and Eurocom said the systems are designed for “the new breed of engineer who must travel but still needs access to powerful, reliable and long lasting professional grade hardware.”

Eurocom offers configurations powered by six core and eight core Intel Xeon Processors based on the LGA 2011 processor socket, up to Intel Xeon E5-2690 Processor, as well as up to 32GB of DDR3-1600 SODIMM memory. A full line of professional graphics from Nvidia is supported, including Quadro K5000M, K4000M and K3000M. Solid State, Hybrid, or Enterprise level drives with RAID capability are supported, topping out at 4TB of possible storage.

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