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work station

a specific productive activity (e.g. drilling a piece of metal) which typically forms one link in a PRODUCTION-LINE sequence of activities involving the processing of materials through to final assembly of the product (see PRODUCTION LINE BALANCING entry for further details).
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RAM in the xw8400 tops out at 32 GB, but the workstation can support the maximum memory supported by the Intel 5000X chipset, which is a whopping 64 GB.
ATI's momentum in the workstation market continues to grow, as important partners like IBM recognize the performance benefits of our products to their users," said Dave Rolston, Vice President and General Manager of Workstation and Embedded Products, ATI.
In fact, the workstation often includes either a terminal, or a PC running DOS or windows terminal emulation software.
Many disciplines work together in creating a workstation.
We are assured that the HP xw9400 Workstation with Hitachi's Liquid-Cooling System will provide end users with a quiet and comfortable environment.
Ford Motor Company orders all of its SunBlade workstations with the co-processor card, thereby eliminating the need for an extra workstation at each desk for office productivity applications.
DataWARE Workstation brings the experience and know-how we've gained with DataWARE Enterprise CD in large data center environments down to the UNIX workstation.
Not surprisingly, Dell held on to its top position as workstation vendor, with a 41% market share (units).
3Dlabs Wildcat III architecture enables ever-higher levels of performance, memory capacity, professional features, and quality for graphics and data-intensive applications of design, technical and financial workstation users," said Rich Dodds, workstation product marketing manager for Compaq Computer Corporation.
says Les Silvern, Manager, Workstation Business Development, for NEC Computers, Inc.
Although receiving workstation certification takes time, there are few other barriers to entry for an established PC vendor.
After a little more than two years in the workstation market, Dell has moved into the upper echelon of workstation vendors.

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