A thin server
is a complete "intelligent embedded server" solution.
Universal Thin Servers
are small, cost-effective, highly optimized computers that are designed specifically to connect serial devices to Ethernet networks.
Cybernet's NetMAX thin server/Internet appliance products are the first Linux-based thin servers
to hit the market.
Lantronix is a provider of thin server
technology for automation, communications, security and data collection applications.
Uniquely differentiated from the "thin server
" market segment, TenXpert CD-ROM/DVD-ROM servers offer advanced features, like CD duplication, recorder support, hard disk caching, jukebox support and 600-CD capacity.
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."
SPANStor enabled thin server
appliances simplify installation and data management providing fast, reliable, cost-effective data access.
The Pizzazz thin server
has two PCI slots, one long, one short.
Helius Satellite Router is a thin server
network "appliance" that works with any LAN, including Windows NT, Novell NetWare, Macintosh, Linux and Sun Solaris.