KeyShot - Workstation and Tower servers

High quality, optimal performance.

This series is optimized for companies who do not need rack-scale servers or do not have their own server room, but who still require reliability, expandability, and flexibility. Workstations, tower servers, and rack mount servers are ideal for graphics-intensive applications, video rendering, or scientific computing.

Modern tower systems and rack mount servers are very silent, so they are suitable to use in an office environment. Workstation & Tower servers, along with rack mount servers, are an optimal choice for enterprise applications such as email and web servers, NAS, and corporate networking.

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  1. Entry level AMD 2D/3D station Entry level AMD 2D/3D station

    Designed for video editing and smaller scale dataset creations
    For simpler Cad models
    Video / photo editing

    2 752.56 €
  2. Ultra level AMD 2D/3D station Ultra level Intel 2D/3D station

    Designed for really complex datasets
    For higher scale VFX / 3D creations

    9 904.78 €
  3. Mid level AMD 2D/3D station Mid level AMD 2D/3D station

    Designed for larger datasets CAD work
    For higher scale VFX / 3D creations

    4 596.41 €
  4. High level AMD 2D/3D station High level AMD 2D/3D station

    Designed for really complex datasets
    For higher scale VFX / 3D creations

    8 298.78 €
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Workstation and Tower Servers

A tower server is a computer that is built in an upright cabinet that stands alone and that is designed to function as a server. The cabinet is known as a tower, and multiple tower servers can work simultaneously for different tasks and processes. Both of them are network servers. The biggest difference is the installed way. A Rack Server is a standalone device installed in the cabinet, while the tower server can be deployed on the floor, desk, or other places. The tower server doesn't need the cabinet. If you have a limited number of clients to support and need minimal computing power, a tower server should be your choice. If you need higher power and require at least 4 to 25 servers to run the business, then the rack servers would be an ideal choice. For GPU-accelerated computing and demanding graphical tasks, consider our range of GPU servers designed to provide high-performance graphics processing capabilities.