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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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If only required to view Web pages, the thin server can be a dedicated, simple device requiring only an LCD, CPU and a small amount of memory.
In this example, the thin server of the NAS device (NAS head) which is optimized for file delivery is attached to a SAN.
Cybernet's NetMAX thin server/Internet appliance products are the first Linux-based thin servers to hit the market.
IBM Corp is taking on Sun Microsystems Inc in the ISP market with its Pizzazz RS/6000 B50 thin servers.
The company's Universal Thin Server family is said to network- enable all manner of devices which ordinarily could only communicate with a dedicated local PC or control panel from the likes of remote data collection devices such as blood analyzers and temperature sensors to security systems; workstations to routers.
DakotaROM-SP is powered by the Storpoint CD E100 thin server engine from Axis Communications, which is optimized for fast, easy, and efficient CD/DVD sharing.
IBM also has plans to develop thin servers based on its 32-bit RS/6000 workstations, code-named Pizzazz, and expected to be announced on September 14.
Network appliances, also known as thin servers, are small, plug-and-play, and network-based devices that perform a single function or set of server functions.
IBM which is readying its own hosting program - see separate story - has already made plans to develop thin servers based upon its RS/6000 technologies codenamed Pizzazz.
Dataquest doesn't provide shipment figures for the thin server market, but says revenues reached $1.
a technology provider of thin server solutions today announced an effective way to head off virus attacks that are now making their way into your cellular phones.
Intel Corp has added analog modem bonding to its InBusiness Internet Station, a thin server aimed at the small business connectivity market.