A solution that permits segmentation of a single harddrive to permit a series of computers to be linked to a single parent; essentially using a regular pc as a server for multiple clients. The device is tethered in line to the main PC and allows each station to operate as an independent station; each with its own monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
Because the device requires only one PC, at the heart of the system, the end user will benefit from a significant cost reduction compared to other multi-station solutions. The device greatly reduces maintenance, hardware, necessary software, and energy consumption. The product is a great solution for public spaces, office environments, and institutional settings that have the need for an economical multi-station. There is strong interest from innovators like AISD.
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