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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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By basing development on Deep Packet Capture technology and standard PC servers, Telecom Equipment
Basing high-performance network security system development on standard PC servers with Intelligent Realtime Network Analysis adapters provides a path to addressing the dual challenge of more malware at higher line-rates.
In sorting through this crowd of vendors and machines, it's helpful to decide first if the applications and number of users can be supported by PC servers, or whether you need one of the higher-powered models, known as superservers.
As course work goes digital and wireless computing takes over campuses, the pressure to simplify storage management increases the SANmelody solution also operates on the same type of Intel-based PC servers used widely throughout campuses, enabling these institutions to utilise their educational discounts, bulk purchase plans and existing skill sets to deploy comprehensive storage services at a reasonable investment.
Desktops still account for two-thirds of the PC business even though it is sales of NetFinity PC servers and Thinkpad laptops which carry the highest profit margins which are accelerating quickly.
Mitsubishi Electric shipped some 13,500 servers in fiscal 2001, more than half of which were PC servers.
announced that it has extended affordable and reliable data protection to small and midsize businesses using Windows 2000 or Linux operating systems, as well as to businesses using IDE-based PC servers and workstations.
Hewlett-Packard Co has introduced two new PC servers. The HP NetServer LC 2000, which incorporates up to two Intel Pentium III 733MHz processors with a 133MHz front-side bus, offers high expansion capacity, with memory expandable up to 4Gb and I/O and internal storage expendable up to 144Gb.
The remaining 28% of the market was split up among myriad other vendors who ported Web servers to their Unix and proprietary servers as well as other vendors of NT-based PC servers. By December 1997, Compaq and Sun, says ZD Intelligence, were neck and neck at 24% market share (even as the number of Web servers installed exploded) and they were still jockeying for position in March 1998.
However, since those solutions basically run on generic PC servers with HBAs, and reside in-band between application servers and storage systems, you'd better be sure you've got the scalability and reliability needed--not just for today, but for the next few years.
Hitachi may provide high-performance desktop PCs and PC servers, and Sharp could supply notebook PCs, the officials said.
PC servers, disk arrays, tape libraries and so forth.