At ICP America, our workstation series (WS) features integrated LCD with IP 64 waterproof front panels, a mouse pad, drive bays, and membrane keypads.
Workstations are unique computers typically designed for scientific or technical applications. Commonly intended for use by one person, workstations are typically attached to a local area network and power multi-user operating systems. Though the term “workstation” has a variety of connotations, it most commonly refers to a set of hardware that is offered by several companies (such as Sun Microsystems and IBM) that pioneered the implementation of 3D graphics animation in the late nineties.
Workstations are ideal for many applications because of their high quality, reliable performance; they are typically much more efficient than mainstream personal computers. In relation to mainstream resources, workstations offer higher quality CPU and graphics, multitasking capability, and memory capacity. Optimized for both the manipulation and visualization of varying forms of complex data, workstations are commonly used for 3D mechanical design, mathematical plots, animation, and engineering simulations.
Most workstations include a desktop computer, which consists of a high resolution display, a mouse, and a keyboard. They also tend to offer numerous displays, three-dimensional mice, and graphics tablets. In fact, workstations were the very first component of the computer market to offer state-of-the-art collaboration tools and accessories.
Workstations offer reliable operating systems with enhanced, progressive features, multiple displays, and a high performance graphics card. They also provide exemplary ECC memory support and multiple memory sockets.
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