Many years back, Sentra Grafika Kompumedia delivered astounding solution based on HP Z400 up to Z800. Our solution allowed customers who bought high-end Z400 or even Z800, to use it for up to 4 users just by adding keyboards, mice and monitors, concurrently. Not a single client box, attached.
Note that hardware performance has multiplied in recent days, compared to what we saw around 10 years ago. With the development, enhancement and changes of hardware, software and operating system, there are plenty of possibilities now through available feature sets/products and also research materials. Aware with these recent situation, we now started to extend our customer-centric research, to be able to deliver a unique perspective and cost effective solution to our customers, using whatever innovations we have, as well as support from HP Indonesia and AP Office. The result, is mind blowing. At least for us.
Our Research: Lowering TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) of HP Workstation to Half, While Doubling the Investment Value. At Least.
Shortage. A situation that brings difficulties to almost everyone. Specially those who are in needs for the products that experiencing shortage in the market. Difficult to find, difficult to purchase. Which will lead to extreme halt to do things that would require them when not being able to get one. Further, it goes much worse when the price's just getting out of reach.
And with this pandemic, the situation doesn't help at all. But, we could feel relieved a bit since the graphics shows that Covid-19 transmission is getting lower and lower each day. So when the purchase is being considered to be necessary, investment needs to be considered in such way that would bring good results, technically and financially. And that's why we're doing our research, trying to bring another good value to most of our customers.
Bimo Adi Prakoso, founder of Sentra Grafika Kompumedia, is an engineering-animation-broadcast industry professional and workstation evangelist. He's been in the Workstation industry since 1996, the era of SGI.