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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.
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In addition to the VISUALIZE X-Class Personal Workstation, HP also announced its value-priced HP VISUALIZE P750C and P800C Personal Workstations, built around the latest Intel 750MHz and 800MHz Pentium III processors.
Eric Flower sees 80386 personal workstations as being:
"The combination of HP VISUALIZE Personal Workstations and LSI Logic's Nextreme RAID provides our joint customers with a high-performance, fault-tolerant solution that is needed by users of advanced Mechanical Design Automation (MDA) and Digital Content Creation (DCC) applications."
Based on industry-standard application benchmarks, the new HP VISUALIZE P600 Personal Workstation with HP VISUALIZE fx2+ graphics offers leadership application performance with an overall performance increase over the P550 of up to 10 percent.
UGS applications running on HP Personal Workstations with the Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition reportedly offers such benefits as: enabling high-performance computing for 64-bit native applications; supporting up to 16GB of RAM and 16TB of virtual memory; integration of 64-bit technical applications and existing 32-bit business applications; and multiprocessing.
Breadboards and "BenchMates" are portable units; personal workstations are compact pact for use in small labs and other tight spaces; midrange models control loads to 2000 lbs.; and heavy-load models accommodate loads over 20,000 lbs.
Sales of so-called personal workstations, which are based on Intel X86 processors and generally run Windows or Linux, continue to put the squeeze on traditional RISC/Unix workstations.
This full-featured analyzer enables design engineers, technical support personnel and field application engineers to perform protocol debugging and verification testing virtually anywhere, extending beyond the lab environment to personal workstations and into the field.
Gusdorf stressed the versatility of its personal workstations by expanding its line of rotating desk surfaces that can fit anywhere, according to Shawn Lieb, vice president.
Servers will run administrative programs, such as Oracle databases, and individual personal workstations will be used for everyday applications.
In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on the History of Personal Workstations (Palo Alto Ca., Jan.
A recent MetLife survey of 4,000 respondents showed that 75% of collaboration took place in offices and 52% of training was taught directly at personal workstations. Those figures indicated an unsatisfactory amount of collaboration space and raised concern with Vasquez.

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