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multiterminal

(mŭl″tī-tĕr′mĭ-năl) [″ + Gr. terma, a limit]
Providing several sets of terminals, making possible the use of several electrodes.
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Computer acquisition MultiSeat - 59 systems of 10 users each, interactive whiteboard - 1 pc.
Userful is a world leader in zero-client software and cloud managed desktop solutions, with over ten years of experience in multiseat and desktop virtualization solutions.
Userful MultiSeat enables organizations to quickly deploy large numbers of computer stations for a very low cost, whether in the classroom, office, call center, oil field, hospital, library, military base, hotel, internet cafe, or anywhere else multiple computers in close proximity are needed.
Simply plug USB MultiSeat devices into the host PC for each monitor, keyboard, and mouse, install Userful software, and each user experiences high performance including full screen video.
The Userful MultiSeat Linux 2011 software can quickly turn any system into two by using a dock, keyboard, monitor and mouse with an existing notebook, netbook or PC, the company claims.
The Democratic Party of Japan is maintaining the upper hand in the proportional representation segment of this Sunday's upper house election, in contrast to an increasingly tight race against its main rival the Liberal Democratic Party in single- or multiseat prefectural constituencies, a Kyodo News survey released Wednesday showed.
HP is now rolling out its HP MultiSeat shared resource computing solution to customers worldwide.
Crew coordination has to occur inside a multiseat aircraft and between all members of the formation.
For example, a candidate selected to fly fighter aircraft will train in the T-37 followed by the high-performance T-38 aircraft, whereas a pilot selected to fly a transport aircraft (such as the C-17) will normally follow the T-37 with training in the T-1 (a multiseat, twin-engine, business-type aircraft).
For multiseat call centers, deploying a full-blown PC on every desktop is an expensive proposition, and sprawling clusters of "fat" PCs are difficult and costly to manage.
In an attempt to win back potential customers in such a crowded sector of the market, the newcomers are very competitively priced in comparison to other multiseat rivals.
By spring 1968, the single-seat A-1 had been withdrawn from frontline Navy squadrons, and was soon followed by the last multiseat EA-1Es.

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