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DaxInsta LAN from Apcom is a pre-configured setup equipment for setting up your local area network (LAN). It’s aimed at SMEs and consists of 10/100 Mbps switches, patch panels, patch cords, cables, and has room for future upgrades. It claims a bit rate of 1Gbps and a system bandwidth of 100 MHz. It can support both voice and data connections. 

InstaLan is available in five variants: True Connect, Value Connect, Super Connect, Mega Connect, and Spectra Connect. The difference is based on the number of ports for voice and data connectivity, and the switch and patch panels available. True connect has 12 ports for voice and 12 ports for data connectivity, and comes with a 16-port switch and 24-port patch panel. Value connect supports 24-port data connectivity, and comes with a 24-port switch and 24-port patch panel. Super Connect supports 24-port voice and 24-port data connectivity and comes with a 24-port switch and two 24-port patch panels. Mega Connect supports 48-port voice and 48-port data connectivity and comes with two 24-port switches and four 24-port patch panels. Spectra Connect supports 96-port data connectivity and comes with four 24-port switch and four 24-port patch panels. All models come in 15U racks and can support a maximum of 96 nodes in one rack. 

Prices for the different models are as follows. True connect: Rs 47,995, Value connect: Rs 68,795, Super connect: 84,255, Mega connect: Rs 160,525, and Spectra connect: Rs 239,855. It comes with a 25-year warranty on passive and three-year warranty on active components. The company also claims to offer instant replacement for one year, anywhere. 

Contact: Apcom E-mail: dax@apcomgroup.com Tel: 044-4323558 Fax: 4347051 Address: 79 Chamiers Road, Chennai 600028 

Neelima Vaid in New Delhi

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