Hassell: Design Practice Gains 64-Bit Performance, Improves Productivity with System Upgrade

HASSELL is a multidisciplinary design practice that has earned hundreds of awards for its work in Australia and Asia. The company invested in 64-bit applications to support the graphics-intensive design work that it does for clients, but it was running those applications on a 32-bit version of the Windows XP operating system. In an effort to maximise the power of the 64-bit software and to increase employee productivity, the company upgraded to the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Enterprise. With the help of Microsoft Gold Certified Partner Gen-i, HASSELL deployed the operating system, including localised versions to its design studios in Asia. As a result of the upgrade, HASSELL improved system performance, so it can take full advantage of its 64-bit software.

Provided by: Microsoft Topic: Software Date Added: Jun 2011 Format: HTML

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