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The Infocomp Building is a location featured in the pen and paper RPG Cyberpunk 2020.

Overview[]

The Infocomp building served as a head of operations for the detective firm. The Infocomp building, while large in the absolute sense at 40 stories, is the smallest and least imposing of the Corporate Plaza towers. The exterior is a muted, elegant, grey synthetic marble with smoked windows. There is no logo on the building, only a small sign by the main entrance. There are several AV-4 pads and heliports on the roof, and the usual subterranean parking lot beneath the building. The loading area is below ground with the parking lot, but it is relatively small as little bulk material other than office supplies goes in or out of the Infocomp building. All elevators and stairwells are internal.

The only public facility in the Infocomp building is a huge research library on computer memory. Much of the information contained in it is sensitive, and not accessible through normal computer information nets. An appointment is necessary to access their computer library, as it can only be done from on-site terminals. The charge for library time fluctuates from 100 to 5000 eurobucks per hour depending on the information to be accessed, and the equipment needed. No copying or removal of sensitive material is allowed, other than in handwritten notes. Security is tight, and all users are monitored. Persons wishing access to especially sensitive information are subject to background check. Employee facilities include a surgical/trauma center, cafeteria, gymnasium and rec center.

Access is tightly controlled throughout the Infocomp building. Only the main reception area is open to the general public, as library use requires an appointment. All areas are patrolled 24 hours a day. Computer security and ICE is especially prevalent around their system, with only Arasaka being a tougher computer nut to crack.[1]

The Infocomp Building is situated in Night City's Corporate Center sector of downtown, in the Corporate Plaza district.

References[]

  1. FISK, C. Night City Sourcebook. 1st ed. Berkeley CA: R. Talsorian Games, 1991


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