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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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However, Unix workstation sales are also up over Q3 last year, mostly due to Sun's increased shipments of software engineering systems for Internet development.
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.
com), a business unit of mobile computing and network infrastructure vendor Tadpole Technology plc (LSE:TAD), is the global leader in portable UNIX workstations and server systems and innovator of J-Slate, a new breed of Java-enabled, wireless Internet devices.
Nasdaq: LNUX) today announced that KDE, a leading graphical desktop environment for Linux and UNIX workstations, and CMU Sphinx, an advanced speech recognition system for Linux and other platforms, have decided to center their Open Source development activity on SourceForge(TM).
Benefits of client-server support include faster verification times, more efficient use of computing resources on a network, and an evolving mix of NT and UNIX workstations.
4GB/hr(a) transfer rate, these models are ideal for high-end UNIX workstations, entry-level NT and NetWare PC servers, small NT and UNIX midrange computers.
Tadpole Technology Plc, global leader in portable UNIX workstations and servers and also pioneer of Java-based-mobile GIS systems, has integrated ILOG JViews into its new Tadpole-Cartesia field information system.
The new release of Tripwire, the most widely deployed File Integrity Assessment (FIA) tool for the Unix platform, now makes it possible to protect NT and UNIX workstations and servers throughout a corporate network.
2 is a Java-based terminal emulator that enables PC and Unix workstations to access any IBM 3270 or Tandem 6530 mainframe applications with an Internet protocol (IP) address.
However, Unix workstation sales are also up over Q3 (1998) last year, mostly due to Sun's increased shipments of software engineering systems for Internet development.