Intergraph Corp, which boasts that its new graphics workstations are better than the Silicon Graphics competition and half the cost – has teamed up with Sony Corp to develop Windows NT-based digital media systems. Intergraph’s three dimensional graphics hardware will be the basis of Sony’s future professional digital media systems. Future talks, says Intergraph, will determine further co-operation to deliver a range of products targeted at the high-end digital media market. The production of the TDZ 2000 series is the beginning of what Intergraph describes as a new realm of graphics supercomputing for NT. It wants to set the pace in the media production, 3D graphics arena for Windows NT. The new TDZ 2000 systems are powered by single and dual 300Mhz Pentium IIs, and they cost from $7,100.
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