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ISC Introduces the XRN Series Server Rack for Apple Xserve and Xserver Raid.

Mansfield, TX, September 03, 2010 --( ISC, Information Support Concepts, Inc announces XRN Server Racks specially designed to reduce noise and increase air flow for Apple servers such as XServe and XServer Raid.

According to Kevin Hunt, VP Sales & Marketing, "these type servers are noisy and run very hot. Because many of these type servers are used in audio and video creative environments that are more sensitive to noise, we felt this application fit well in our existing Low Profile series and will be a viable server rack solution."

XRN server racks are available in 4U, 6U, 12U and 25U. The 4U and 6U sizes are designed to reduce noise up to 80% while the 12U and 25U are designed to reduce noise up to 75%. In addition to the noise control, special user customizable air intakes have been incorporated into the 12U and 25U to allow proper air flow. Improper air flow can cause extended down time or total server failure.

For ease of user interface, these server racks include quick release rear doors and removable side panels with locks. Cable management has been incorporated into the 12U and 25U cabinets to provide ease of access and enhanced air flow.

Hunt also stressed that while these American Made server rack cabinets were designed for Apple servers, they will also work very well with most any brand blade server.

About Information Support Concepts, Inc.

ISC is an industry leading provider of rackmount products such as server rack, server cabinet, computer rack, computer cabinet options along with, LAN rack furniture, tech benches, wallmount portable rackmount cases, PDU, UPS, rackmount powerstrip, relay rack, KVM selections and many accessory solutions for the network, IT or telecom professional.


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Information Support Concepts, Inc.

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