NC Reference Profile


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NC Reference Profile

(Network Computer Reference Profile) See network computer.
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It was also the driving force behind the NC Reference Profile I guidelines which cemented the support of the major players and encouraged smaller firms to join the fray.
on the implementation of Oracle's NC Reference Profile 1 compliant products.
To this end, Brother will work together with Oracle to harness these NC Reference Profile 1 functionality standards and incorporate them into future products.
Earlier in May, SunRiver Data Systems joined Sun, IBM, Netscape, Oracle and other industry leaders in the NC Reference Profile Organization formed to establish standards for network computing.
19) developer conference the availability of a new operating system designed to meet the NC Reference Profile specification outlined by Sun Microsystems Inc.
While this operating system incorporates Internet technologies such as Java and an integrated Web browser, it goes beyond the basic NC Reference Profile by also including technology that allows a Network Computer to run a wide range of existing applications," said Michael Kantrowitz, executive vice president of HDS.
Our intent to comply with the NC Reference Profile is consistent with our vision to become a global leader in providing business-to-business access devices for the network-centric computing market.
The NC, which complies with the NC Reference Profile, is Oracle's implementation of an easy-to-use, low-cost computing device, based upon open Internet standards, for accessing data and applications stored on centralized servers.
The NC reference profile is intended to provide a common denominator of features and functions across a broad range of scaleable network computing devices, including personal computers.
As the world's leading supplier of computer terminals and displays, Wyse is extending its new T2000-based intelligent terminal product line to embrace the NC Reference Profile," said Doug Chance, Wyse president and CEO.
The NC Reference Profile does not limit designs to a specific set of features, nor does it specify an implementation for a device.
The first casualty of the NC Reference Profile may well be the $500 network computer as defined by Oracle," added Greg Blatnik, Zona Research Vice President.