IAC's LAN Station is a system of adjustable modular components for creating attractive, clutter-free environments for networked computer equipment. Beginning with a basic "starter unit"– a sturdy worksurface with two uprights – you choose "add-on" sections, shelves for monitors, lower CPU shelves, cabinets, and other accessories to configure an integrated workspace that expands easily as your network grows.
The LAN Station accommodates all sizes and types of servers, monitors, power supplies, computer enclosures, and other LAN peripherals. They organize and protect your company's investment in network equipment while saving space and giving technicians easy access for quick change-outs, add-ons, and repairs.
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