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ICC Partners with VortechsFX and RFX at SIGGRAPH 2019

Monday, August 5, 2019
ICC, VortechsFX and RFX will showcase Eddy for Nuke and Eddy Engine on a powerful VEGATM Workstation
NORTHBROOK, Illinois – July 24, 2019. International Computer Concepts (ICC), a leading systems integrator of enterprise-level computing solutions, has partnered with VortechsFX to showcase valuable Nuke software on top of ICC’s powerful VEGATM hardware. During a live demo International Computer Concepts (ICC) will provide SIGGRAPH 2019 attendees with an in-depth look at the various performance-demanding tasks that can be achieved using the overclocked workstations. “ICC is excited to partner with VortechsFX and RFX to bring Eddy for Nuke to Siggraph 2019. Eddy for Nuke is a powerful engine for both simulation and rendering, which is even further accelerated using ICC’s Overclock Workstations.” says Ian Stewart, Sr. Account Executive at ICC. “Stop by booth #1144 to check out our live demo, and unlock your applications full potential with ICC Overclock Workstations.”
ICC will be showcasing its liquid-cooled Vega™ T-518i.  ICC has invested in a dedicated Overclocking Team that developed ICC Overclock Workstations with the ability to be safely overclocked to 4.5 GHz on all cores, providing ICC’s customers with the fastest workstations on the market.
The ICC Vega™ T-518i
  • Overclocked i9-9980XE 18 cores @ 4.0 GHz on all cores
  • Closed Loop Custom Liquid Cooling
  • RAM – Up to 128GB DDR4 Overclocked up to 3600 MHz
  • Flash Storage – Up to 2x M.2 PCIe SSD
  • Disk Storage – Up to 8x 3.5” or 2.5” HDDs
  • GPU and Expansion Options – Up to 4x double-width GPUs
ICC Vega™ systems are thoroughly tested and ready to ship to customers immediately. For more information, visit
Eddie Engine – allows the instantiation of all functionality via C and Python API. It provides studios with the ability to integrate Eddy more seamlessly into any studio pipelines or software. Eddy Engine functionality is separated into Simulation and Rendering licenses as well, making it more granular and ensuring the right license is consumed for the specific task at hand.
Eddy for Nuke – has been integrated via the very same C API. It works by generating an Eddy graph, serializing the application’s native properties into Eddy node properties and then executing a dependency graph evaluation engine.
About International Computer Concepts (ICC)
International Computer Concepts (ICC) is a leading provider of IT technology. Since 1993, ICC has been integrating computing systems with the latest hardware and software components to meet the ever-changing business and IT requirements of its clients. With a focus on technical expertise and delivering energy-efficient and high-performance solutions, ICC uses only the best components available to design and assemble computing systems in accordance with their ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturing management process. Based in Northbrook, Illinois, ICC works closely with clients that include local businesses, multinational corporations, institutions of higher learning, and government agencies to equip them with superb computers.
For more information on International Computer Concepts (ICC), visit
About VortechsFX
Founded in 2015 by visual effects veterans Andreas Söderström, Christoph Sprenger, Niall Ryan and Ronnie Menahem, VortechsFX focuses on bringing their long standing industry experience to the market. With a strong passion for algorithmic and artistic workflow design our team aims to leverage the latest advancements in hardware and algorithmic development making it accessible to a wide range of artists.
For more information on VortechsFX, visit