5 Year Warranty, the New Nexlink Desktop Custom Built PC Standard

Posted by Ed Stone on Tue, Nov, 24, 2015 @ 16:11 PM

Your PC Warranty does Matter

Have you ever struggled to explain to your customers why your brand of custom personal computers is a better choice than tier one offerings such as Dell or HP? You mention that your PCs have higher quality components than the lowest cost versions found in the competition. You have even called out that your PCs don’t come pre-loaded with bloatware or malware, which is the case with most off-the-shelf PCs. If you have customers sitting on the fence, now you have an arrow in your quiver ready to deliver the coup de grace with industry leading warranty offerings.

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Topics: Nexlink

Playback Comparison: Media Players and Video Wall Controllers

Posted by Jami McGraw on Wed, Oct, 07, 2015 @ 13:10 PM

We will be comparing the different playback functionality of media players compared to video wall controllers. We will then discuss playback scenarios and which system would be the best solution for it.

Let’s first breakdown what each system’s main function is.

Media Player Function: A media player is a small form-factor device that delivers media to one or multiple displays directly.

Video Wall Controller Function: A video wall controller is a device with multiple inputs and outputs that can capture and distribute content to multiple displays; either independent or aggregate.

In most scenarios, both of these devices will deliver content with the aid of a content management system (CMS).

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Topics: media player

Server Tim - Mainstream Servers for SMB

Posted by Tim O`Boyle on Fri, Oct, 02, 2015 @ 11:10 AM

Nexlink S3000 the SMB Mainstream Server

Hello, Server Tim again. I want to take some time to look at the new features that make the Nexlink S3000Series the new mainstream choice for small to medium businesses.  

To refresh your memory, we introduced a new product to fit the niche between a starter and our enterprise class system. The S3000Series can be as basic as a single socket platform with a Quad Core CPU, 16GB of RAM and a pair of hard drives to as much as 14 cores and 256B of RAM and an array of storage maxing out at 64TB in a 2U Configuration.

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Topics: Servers

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