Omnix International releases its next-gen Hardware Optimization Technology

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Omnix International has announced the release of the next-generation version of its Hardware Optimization Technology (HOT) Systems workstations and laptops, which are powered by Intel’s 12th generation processors.

The workstations are built and configured to satisfy the demands and standards of a variety of industries, including Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC), Oil & Gas, Manufacturing and Product Design, and Media and Entertainment. In addition to other strong capabilities, the Omnix R&D team’s unique optimization technique enabled on these stations improves efficiency for time-critical manufacturing and oil and gas projects and ensures maximum performance and speed for AEC-based applications.

Omnix’s specialist hardware branch, HOT Systems, specifically constructs and develops its in-house brand. Workstations, laptops, servers, render boxes, render farms, and collaborative cloud are available for professional software such as Autodesk, Adobe, Rhino, Lumion, Unity, Enscape, Twin Motion, Dassault Systèmes, Arc GIS, and Cinema 4D, to mention a few.

The upgraded HOT Systems workstations were developed in-house by the research and development team and are equipped with the newest Intel 12th generation alder lake processors. To match the scale of performance, Intel’s 12th Generation processors provide a unique mix of Performance-Core and Efficient-Core (P-core and E-core) suited for professional applications. The Intel Speed Core CPU core is designed to increase single-thread performance and responsiveness for computer intensive applications such as CAD and 3D design. While the E-Core provides multithreaded performance for workloads that may run concurrently, as well as effective offloading of background tasks for modern multitasking. 

“Omnix International has deep rooted associations with the AEC, Oil & Gas, Government and Education sectors for over three decades. Our understanding of client’s workflow requirements has inspired our in-house Research & Development team to deliver technology that maximizes design application production efficiencies and system performances, while eliminating bottle necks and accelerating workflows all on a hardware integrated platform. We are extremely pleased to offer our customers the new and improved HOT System workstations, Laptops, Render nodes, Collaborative Servers, and Custom Cloud solutions. This is a testament of our ongoing commitment towards innovation and the need for continuous improvement,” said Simran Bagga, Head of Engineering at Omnix.

Furthermore, HOT Systems are supported by the newest DDR5 memory, newer motherboard chipsets, and PCI express 5, which doubles the bandwidth and consistently improves performance in 2D & 3D, AR/VR, Analysis, and Simulation-based applications. The new DMI 4.0 Link improves high-speed networking by adding additional peripherals and storage capacity. Because the cores are now separated into performance and efficiency, the Performance-core may now execute two threads at the same time using hyper threading. These features are ideally suited for use in the current Windows 11 system.

HOT Systems has emerged into an industry standard in the Middle East Region, delivering software and hardware integrated solutions for demanding CAD, BIM, Graphics, and Point cloud applications. The hardware provides a one-of-a-kind optimization process that allows for improved software and hardware performance while meeting the highest quality and performance criteria designed specifically for professional workflows. Productivity can be increased by up to 33% to 35% with this technique.

Omnix International works with large clients and has sold and installed over 2000 units around the area. The R&D and testing centres are located in the UAE, India, and the United States, and they test and certify numerous applications and hardware compatibilities. HOT Systems products are proudly made in the UAE using industry standard components from major component manufacturers, and they are transported to the UAE, Oman, Kuwait, KSA, Qatar, and Bahrain, among other places.

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