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Web Server

Any hardware or software allowing a computer to connect to the Internet. A web server allows one to visit websites, post or share content, and view advertisements.
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A thin server is a complete "intelligent embedded server" solution.
A NAS device may be considered a more easily managed thin server running a streamlined OS, which in marketing parlance is referred to as an "appliance.
LASAT Networks, an i-data international (i-data) business unit, has signed a distribution agreement with TelePassport regarding its Masquerade II Internet thin server product.
Cybernet Systems Corporation has made Linux server software available to retailers and resellers through agreements with several of the industry's largest distributors for the company's NetMAX thin server series.
The Pizzazz thin server has two PCI slots, one long, one short.
Lantronix is a provider of thin server technology for automation, communications, security and data collection applications.
Having identified Linux over three years ago as a robust platform for cost-effective, secure and reliable content management and connectivity solutions, today's announcement positions BASCOM as the industry's premier provider of easy-to-use, thin server software-providing the foundation for inexpensive, efficient and easy to manage appliances that connect users to the Internet for specified functions.
Privately-held network-enabling specialist Lantronix is apparently gearing up to launch a new version of its Universal Thin Server at the Networld + Interop trade show running from September 14-16 in Atlanta.
IBM wanted Whistle for its tweaks to the FreeBSD Unix, Apache web server and Sendmail email server to create a thin server appliance as well as the WhistleWare management software the company had developed for FreeBSD to manage racks of its thin servers.
To beef up the industry's most secure e-mail thin server, the new operating software release has added SSL, SSH and Kerberos security features.
The worldwide thin server market experienced 52 percent revenue growth in 1998, with sales reaching $1.
The Network Engines' WebEngine thin server runs Embedded Windows NT or Linux and uses one or two Pentiums.