This is a post on the Tri Star Site.
Original Post by By Tom Lansford | Published: May 23, 2014
PTC developers add features to each product release: new functions, improved usability, and – not to be neglected – optimized product performance. Performance increases mean exploiting the latest capabilities of workstation hardware. Here is how PTC Creo takes advantage of the latest hardware and graphics technology.
Many paths to productivity
There are many paths to increasing productivity from one generation of PTC Creo to another. Just a few examples are:
- improving in-program workflows
- reducing response times
- increased accuracy and fidelity
- improving work processes
These paths to productivity may be completely within the control of PTC developers. Often, however, productivity enhancements to PTC Creo result from changes in workstations and workstation technology.