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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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Table: Worldwide Unix Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012
The most important factor is that Unix server technology has been continuously innovated.
The total UNIX server market recorded substantial growth in both revenue and units -- 20 percent.
5 GHz processor and up to 256GB of memory, designed to meet the need of growing small to medium business firms with an entry price that enables even small business clients to access the flexibility provided by one of the industry's most powerful UNIX servers.
IT staff members authenticate with Formulator where their privileges are verified before they are transparently connected to the desired UNIX server, at a privileged level.
HP is offering customers approximately 20 percent lower total system price reductions across its midrange UNIX server lines.
1 position in worldwide midrange UNIX servers, again gaining share with 42.
The results of Gartner's study further reinforce Superdome's technological advantage and leadership position in the UNIX server market and NonStop's in the massively parallel server market," said Mark Hudson, vice president of worldwide marketing, HP Business Critical Systems.
1 in midrange UNIX server revenue for the past five years -- continued its midrange dominance, again claiming the No.
This next-generation PC X server offers leading edge performance and stability when running applications on remote Linux and Unix servers from the Windows desktop.
In use at organizations such as the University of North Carolina, Ithaca College and the IEEE, CanIt-PRO can be deployed in any enterprise e-mail environment, including on all Linux and UNIX servers.