CELSIUS Workstations prove superior performance

Fujitsu CELSIUS workstations are once again on top with SPECapc benchmark results for Newtek Lightwave 3D v9.6 and Autodesk Maya 2009 applications. This impressively demonstrates how CELSIUS workstations provide the ultimate solution for customers working with professional applications.

Lightwave is a complete modeling, rendering and animation software used worldwide in television, film, games and visualization. The benchmark has been developed in cooperation with NewTek and provides realistic workflows that simulate workloads typical for professional users.


Autodesk Maya software offers artists an end-to-end creative workflow with comprehensive tools for 3D animation, modeling, simulation, visual effects and rendering.

These kinds of applications are highly demanding for the workstation hardware and require excellent processor, graphics and memory performance. CELSIUS workstations are completely optimized to carry out these tasks as effectively as possible.

As of April 28, 2010, the CELSIUS R670 is able to beat competitors’ workstations by more than 10% in the categories Rendering and Multitasking of the SPECapc for Lightwave 9.6 benchmark. With the SPECapc for Maya2009 benchmark, the CELSIUS M470 is tied in top place with another vendor.

A wide range of benchmark results for Fujitsu CELSIUS workstations are published on the public web sites of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation.

Besides results for classical Workstation benchmarks from the SPEC GWPG group, there are also numbers for the famous SPEC CPU2006 benchmark with all the processors that can be configured in CELSIUS workstations. We are at the top of the results list for every processor. This shows that professional benchmarking is not only a key part of our CELSIUS quality assurance, but also that CELSIUS customers can rely on unbeatable performance from their systems.

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