Stop by to see Dedicated Computing at the following industry events to learn more about how we’re Powering the World’s Most Important Devices.


I/ITSEC Power Sessions

November 27 & 28, Orlando, FL

If you're attending I/ITSEC, be sure to visit Dedicated Computing in booth #1620 to catch our Power Sessions. Click Here for Full Schedule

I/ITSEC 2018 (#1620)

November 26–30, Orlando, FL

During I/ITSEC 2018, the world’s largest modeling, simulation, and training conference, Dedicated Computing will once again be showcasing solutions that meet the needs of OEMs providing the best training equipment and simulation technologies for armed forces, skilled operators, and healthcare providers. Visit DC at Booth #1620

RSNA 2018 (#3953)

November 25–30, Chicago, IL

RSNA hosts the world’s premier radiology forum. Dedicated Computing will be there along side the world’s premier medical device original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Schedule your meeting now with Dedicated Computing to learn how we empower medical device application ready reference designs. Visit DC at Booth #3953

NVIDIA Webcast with Tim Woodard


For an introduction to ray tracing and physically based rendering in the context of MS&T, watch our latest webcast from NVIDIA. Since the early days of computer graphics, real-time ray tracing has been considered the “holy grail,” with its ability to produce photo-realistic images. With ray tracing, complex lighting effects such as soft shadows, ambient occlusion, and inter-object reflections have all been computed using methods far too costly for real-time applications. This has all changed with the release of NVIDIA’s Quadro RTX GPUs, based on the new Turing architecture. Hear more during this exclusive webcast from Dedicated Computing and NVIDIA. Download Now

American Medical Device Summit 2019

October, Chicago, IL

Join Dedicated Computing at the 2019 American Medical Device Summit which provides insights and strategies to enhance the professional development of executives involved in the design, development, and manufacturing of medical devices. Click Here To Learn More