HP has unveiled a new Z-series workstation that is three times smaller than the firm's traditional workstations.
The Z200 SFF features Intel's six-core Xeon 5600 processor, and is targeted at environments where space might be constrained, primarily for healthcare, engineering, education, financial institutions and original equipment manufacturers.
The workstation is three times smaller than the standard tower chassis, according to HP, and supports up to 16GB of memory and 2TB of storage.
It has a tool-less case for easier servicing, and sports an 89 per cent efficient power supply plus Energy Star 5 qualified components which are 90 per cent recyclable, the firm said.
There are several flavours on offer with a range of configurable specifications and features on the HP Z800, Z600, Z400 and Z200.
The HP Z800 has a Xeon 5500 or 5600 CPU and up to dual Nvidia Quadro FX 5800 graphics. The HP Z600 has the same Intel CPU choice with a Nvidia Quadro FX 4800 or dual Nvidia Quadro FX 1800 graphics.
The HP Z400 bumps down to a Xeon 3500 with Nvidia Quadro FX 4800 or dual Nvidia Quadro FX 1800 graphics.
"HP has invested in research and development through the economic downturn, innovating on top of our industry-leading workstations to provide an undeniably differentiated experience in our new products," said Jim Zafarana, vice president and general manager of HP's Workstations Global Business Unit.
"HP customers are famous for pushing the limits of innovation and, as their industries undergo digital transformations, the next generation of breakthroughs is being powered by HP technology."
The HP Z200 SFF workstation is expected to be available worldwide from 5 April.