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Java

A programming language. It is especially useful because it allows for software distribution to a wide audience. It was developed by Sun Microsystems.
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At the conclusion of the pilot, school officials determined that the JavaStation NC provided access to all information (including legacy, cross-platform systems) required by library customers while nearly eliminating the support requirements of the PC/Windows system it will replace.
Kingston's Sun JavaStation NC memory modules are available in capacities of 8MB and 32MB.
By delivering eSuite for thin client products like the JavaStation network computer, we are able to provide the benefits of network computing -- lower total cost of ownership, greater productivity, simpler and faster software upgrades -- across the enterprise.
Note to Editors: Sun, the Sun logo, Sun Microsystems, Java, Java Naming and Directory Interface, JavaStation, JavaBeans, Java Studio, The Network Is The Computer, and 100% Pure Java are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
The introduction of JavaStation network computers facilitates delivery of "lookalike" access to the RTA's driver license and vehicle registration evelop applications that support and deliver sibility.
According to Ladner, "The ease and speed of deployment, reduced administration costs and heightened security of the JavaStation with SynerJ makes a compelling case for leveraging Java to develop, deploy and maintain high-end mission critical systems with graphically rich UIs for thousands of users.
Together, we are providing JavaStation NC customers with a world-class office productivity suite.
Likewise, Paul says there will be three phases of the JavaStation implementation project.
Beginning in 1998, UWO piloted the JavaStation NCs on a limited scale, installing 10 systems in The University's Allyn and Betty Taylor Library, a sister facility of The D.
Sun, meanwhile, will be replacing the JavaOS for NCs in its JavaStation with the new software during the coming year.
Using Sun's Hot Java browser as the GUI, Sun's Ultra-SPARC as the server, and Sun's highly-touted JavaStation as the "thin client" network computer, extensive but relatively inexpensive access to images and radiology information is being realized.
introduced its Javastation model, joining IBM, Oracle and a few other companies that are just beginning to market these stripped-down computers.