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Websiteinterlacedinc.com
Blogtwitter.com/inter...
Twitter@interlaced
CategoryConsulting
Phone800-202-7400
Emailhello@interlacedi...
Employees13
Founded2004
Descriptiontechnology research and consulting

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Del Mar, USA
1201 Camino del Mar
Del Mar, CA, 92110
USA

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Interlaced

Interlaced is a technical research and consulting firm based in Del Mar CA.

Interlaced provides on-site, Apple-centric technical consulting services to: • San Diego County • Orange County • Los Angeles • San Francisco • Marin County

Interlaced is preparing the official launch of their cloud offering – Interlaced Cloud: • Domain Management (IDM) – Registration and Hosting • Cloud Exchange 2010 (ICE) • Cloud SharePoint 2010 (ICSP) • Cloud Lync 2010 (ICL) • Cloud Virtual Environment (ICVE) – Windows 7, Windows Server, Mac Lion • Cloud Backup (ICB) • Cloud VoIP (ICV)

Interlaced has officially launched its Mobile Device Management offering – IMDM: • iPad / iPhone / iPod touch (iOS) ordering and inventory management • iOS profile development and deployment • iOS device storage and distribution • iOS configuration and device management

Interlaced is preparing the office launch of their technology talk-show – Interlaced Podcast.

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Above: Interlaced Screenshot -- #1
Uploaded: 4/30/09

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The iMac is a Brand developed by Apple Inc (Formerly Apple Computer Inc). The Brand encompasses a number of computers that have been developed and released by the aofrementioned company since 1998. They include:

The iMac G3 (M4984)- Original CRT PowerPC G3 The iMac G3 (M5521)- Second Generation PowerPC G3

The iMac G4- A PowerPC G4 computer with tilt and swivel integral flat panel monitor and “Upturned pudding bowl” retaining the Computer

The iMac G5 Computer system: An All-in-one computer with flat panel display to the front and computer built into the rear of the display.

The Intel iMac Range, which spanned from 2006 to present day with CPUs ranging from the Core Duo to the current slew of Core i7 CPUs

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Above: Original iMac G3
Uploaded: 1/10/13
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Above: 17 inch iMac
Uploaded: 1/10/13

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