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NCS Technologies Announces the Availability of the Altus XT Mobile Workstation for High-Performance Computing

  (January 10, 2013)

GAINESVILLE, Va., Jan. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NCS Technologies Inc. (, a leading domestic computing systems manufacturer for government, enterprise and education, announced the availability of the NCS Altus XT mobile workstation, a powerful laptop PC featuring available Intel 3rd generation i3/i5/i7 Quad Core processor family technologies.

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The NCS Altus XT and other advanced computing products are manufactured at a modern campus outside of Washington, D.C. At this headquarters NCS designs, manufactures, distributes and supports a wide range of computing products for customers worldwide.

"The NCS Altus XT mobile workstation delivers superior performance and manageability and is ideal for use in government agencies and enterprise applications," said Dewayne Adams, vice president, NCS Product Development. "From data processing and analysis to 3D modeling for CAD applications and creation of digital media and graphics, the Altus XT delivers the performance that users demand."

The Altus XT's large and bright 17.3" FHD antiglare display is boosted with a NVIDIA Quadro discrete GPU, delivering outstanding performance for videos, photos and high resolution graphics. An integrated HD digital camera and integrated HD audio subsystem with two built-in speakers and one subwoofer speaker ensure an outstanding communications and multimedia experience.

Featuring the latest Intel vPRO technology for superior manageability and state-of-the-art identity protection technologies, this mobile workstation offers a Trusted Platform Module, a swipe fingerprint reader and optional FIPS 201 fingerprint reader.

The Altus XT features up to three FIPS certified self-encrypting drives (HDDs or SSDs) supporting RAID 0/1/5 and up to 2.5 TB of total storage. The workstation offers a variety of expansion slots and ports including USB 3.0, USB 2.0, e-SATA, mSATA, DisplayPort and a serial port to support additional peripheral devices.

The Altus XT is fully Windows 8 certified and is also optimized for Windows 7.

For more information on this product, please go to For more information on all NCS computing solutions, please go to

About NCS Technologies, Inc.
NCS Technologies, founded in 1996, has its headquarters and manufacturing operations in Gainesville, VA. NCS builds high quality Industry Standard, Custom and Differentiated computing solutions for government, education and enterprise markets. NCS also designs and builds systems for OEM customers. More than one-half million NCS computing systems have been installed around the world. For more information, please visit

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John Callahan
NCS Technologies, Inc.

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