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terminal

a COMPUTER input/output device linked to the computer, usually comprising a KEYBOARD and VDU (visual display unit). MAINFRAME and MINICOMPUTERS are usually capable of serving several terminals simultaneously.
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One Point produces a Line with TWO terminal Points.
One Line produces a Square with FOUR terminal Points.
The one Square produces a SOMETHING-WHICH- YOU-DO-NOT-AS-YET-KNOW-A-NAME-FOR-BUT-WHICH-WE-CALL-A-CUBE with EIGHT terminal Points.
In a single one of these monstrous buildings, the Hudson Terminal, there is a cable that runs from basement to roof and ravels out to reach three thousand desks.
Forecast: Forecast helps terminals communicate faster and easier with trucking companies, shippers, consignees, brokers, and others in the port community.
SEATTLE -- SSA Terminals received an "Air Quality Improvement Award of Excellence" from the Port of Long Beach.
With the most advanced and affordable terminals on the market today, customers can easily implement a secure thin-client solution with access to a broad range of applications and data," explained Joe Makoid, President, Devon IT.
CHICAGO -- Two new products in 3M's line of SLiC aerial terminals offer additional flexibility for copper networks while providing protection in the harshest environmental conditions.
The Genoa system is designed to provide multi-purpose terminals with the following enhancements to their operations:
NTA thin client terminals are excellent solutions for anyone looking to improve the security and reliability of their computer systems," explained Makoid.
0 Bundled with NTA Thin Client Terminals Provides Affordable Thin Client Solution For Small and Medium-sized Organizations To Access Linux and Windows Applications.