Multi Video Wall
Multimedia is where it's at when trying to attract potential customers. Our Video Wall Display systems can display up to 14 monitors as a single-large display or multi-display options within any reasonable budgetary contstraints.
Last Updated (Saturday, 01 May 2010 12:08)
Servers can increase productivity in many areas by handling the workload, speeding up response times, resource management and sharing
However, from the ground up they are designed differently, depending on their designated application
Ask yourself what is most important, true data integrity, or fast data storage
We have two different classes of application specific server builds.
Servers can be build to pretty much any specification as per your needs.
Currently our line of CCTV machines can support over 32Terabytes in a midi tower with variable cooling and smtp/SMS fault notification & RAID hard drive fault protection.
When thinking of buying a server, ask yourself the following questions
These questions and more, answered when you talk to us about your server requirements
Last Updated (Thursday, 24 March 2011 22:05)
So you want a laptop, but what is it you really want the laptop for?
There are a plethora of laptops out there, and you tell us what you want, and we'll help you find the best value for your money.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 26 January 2010 02:36)
Always On Production Machines
We've been lucky enough to build machines to specification for one of County Kildare's largest integrated circuit chip maufacturers, and for many other production environments
What we've had to do is isolate and provide redundancy for as many points of failure as possible, this includes
Last Updated (Monday, 03 August 2009 18:35)
So what's so special about a gamer's PC?
-Mainly the addition of dedicated hardware specifically designed to make pretty pictures appear faster on your screen.
Games can literally 'take you away' with their immersive visual experience, however the 3d extra capibility needs extra power and extra 'bits' otherwise you can be doing something akin to putting ferarri wheels on a tractor.
Anyone who's tried to play any of the latest games knows that meeting the minimum system requirements, can deliver a disasterous experience. To get the most out of a game you may need the latest and greatest hardware, you may also (this is not an endorsement of vista in any way) benefit from direct x 10. Trying to stay up with the latest games can require extensive knowledge/driver & firmware updates/overclocking, operating system upgrades/hardware upgrades and system reinstalls but the costs needn't be prohibitive. We can help get the best value for money based on the games you're interested in playing and the system you have.
Gamer's are probably the only people who understand that when it comes to computing, looks aren't everthing, it's very much a case of 'what's under the hood' that matters, and while your case looks pretty, if you're only putting in a Socket 478 Celeron and 1GB RAM, and running Vista(for the laugh), then your gaming experience is quite simply going to suck!
Questions to ask yourself?
Last Updated (Tuesday, 18 August 2009 21:55)