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A computer and associated software that control a central repository of data, files and/or applications which can be accessed and/or manipulated in some way by client computers.
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The Network Server Stack can be easily deployed in just a few clicks using Google Cloud Platform's Cloud Launcher, and quickly configured to start receiving your LoRaWAN traffic.
As shown in Figure 1, the LoRaWAN network uses a star topology in which an end node can send messages to multiple gateways that communicate with the network server. Since an end node does not belong to a specific gateway, more than one gateway can receive a message sent by an end node [19].
"It is an honor to see NEC providing a network server that utilizes LoRaWAN and helps to promote the realization of a plentiful and safe society using IoT," said Hiroyuki Nakamura, Executive Officer, Chief Director of 3rd Sales, Oi Electric Co., Ltd.
TrackNet is experiencing significant traction with cable MSOs based on its Tabs consumer solution and TrackCentral core network server.
Network security, content security and messaging software provider GFI announced on Thursday (20 October) the release of GFI Network Server Monitor 7.
GFI is launching a freeware version of GFI Network Server Monitor, its new tool that automatically monitors the network and servers for failures, and allows administrators to identify and fix issues before users report them.
This metadata may include names and user names of authors, companies, network server, or hard drive where the document was saved, file properties, document revisions, template information, hidden or previously deleted text, and e-mail headers, server, and printer information.
The new copies are immediately available on-line to users after recording via the TenXpert Network Server. CD-ROM Duplicate operates in the background while all other functions of the TenXpert continue to service all users.
(That is, there were few spreadsheet, word processing and accounting programs that would run on Linux.) However, IBM is shipping its Netfinity network server computers with Linux installed alongside Windows NT.
Equipped with a CD-ROM network server offering a 9-GB hard disk cache, users simply attach the system directly to the network for instant, simultaneous, multi-user access.
TenXpert is a dedicated, stand-alone, multi-user, Novell, Windows NT, and UNIX CD-ROM network server offering up to 18 GB of hard disk cache that significantly enhances CD library performance.
* Hunkar Laboratories, Cincinnati, brought out several new Windows-based open-architecture CIM products, including the Win-PPM network server. It's a Windows 95 or NT version of the low-cost process-monitoring system introduced last year.

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