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work·sta·tion

(werk'stā'shŭn),
A computer or television monitor with controls for studying and manipulating graphical or clinical images.

workstation

1 an area, as in an office, equipped with a computer or computer terminal.
2 an electronic monitor, such as a computer or television screen, with controls for manipulating images.
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Sun furthered its command of the UNIX workstation market by again selling more workstations than all competitors combined.
Display speed is, in fact, much faster than the UNIX workstations we've used in the past," said Shigeru Aoki, general manager at Seiko Epson.
GTSI's Schedule B/C and A contracts provide more than 12,000 of the most popular microcomputer and Unix workstation hardware, software and networking products from more than 160 leading brand name manufacturers, such as IBM, Sun Microsystems, DEC, 3-Com, Compaq, WordPerfect, and Hayes.
SEWP was designed by NASA as a centralized procurement vehicle to aggregate all UNIX workstation purchases with the Agency.
During this transition period when both personal computers and UNIX workstations are very popular for design engineering, Algor has made a strategic decision to penetrate the UNIX workstation market more completely, even as we maintain and extend our dominance in engineering software for personal computers.
Until now, workgroup productivity software was virtually unavailable for the Japanese UNIX workstation market, which represents about 20 percent of the worldwide UNIX market.
Liken is the key that makes networks of Apple Macintosh and UNIX workstation computers a practical solution.
Live video-conferences take place on the MBONE, using UNIX workstations to receive the multimedia bit streams and present the audio and video components on high-resolution monitors.
and worldwide markets for traditional Unix workstations and personal workstations for 2004-2010.
DUBLIN, Ireland -- An Overview of the Digital Content Creation (DCC) Software Market for Applications Running on PC Based Computer Platforms or Unix Workstations
This software is available for embedded Linux devices and as a client player that allows Windows Media content to be played back on UNIX workstations.