PC network

PC network

(1) A local area network linking desktop and laptop computers of any variety.

(2) (PC Network) The first PC LAN from IBM introduced in 1984. It inaugurated the NetBIOS interface and used the CSMA/CD access method. Token Ring support was later added. See MS-Net.
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Fujitsu Software Corporation, a leading supplier of COBOL compilers and tools, presented a case study today at Computerworld's Premier 100 IT Leaders Conference detailing a project that enabled San Diego City Schools (SDCS) to migrate its existing COBOL mainframe applications to a PC network.
V-ONE Corporation (Nasdaq:VONE), a leading security technology company, announced that it has been selected by Amtrak and its prime contractor, PC Network, Inc.
Unlike the complicated PC network software now available, MajicNetworks permits decentralized network management.
Even a PC network of modest size has the potential to deliver the computational power comparable to some of our large supercomputers.
Businesses committed to the Windows environment will be moving to Windows 2000/Me," said Shaun Antram, Senior Vice President and owner of PC Network, Inc.
com), has signed on as the first gaming affiliate for the Maximum PC Network (www.
As the industry starts to calculate the billions of dollars which will be spent on Microsoft Windows 2000, a Texas software company, Serenity Systems International, is releasing a new low cost out of the box PC network for business users.
Along with typical small office/home office (SOHO) PC network applications, such as file and printer sharing, JackRabbit technology allows the rapidly growing number of multiple-PC home consumers to easily create a broadband network within their homes for shared high speed Internet, multimedia, network gaming and home security applications.
The alliance is designed to provide corporate customers with a cost-effective and flexible migration approach for the shift to Intel's 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet technologies and the implementation of PC network infrastructures capable of supporting enterprise-wide applications.
SEATTLE -- Verdiem, the leading developer of power management software for PC networks, announced today the retirement of its president and chief executive officer, Steven Sperry, and the appointment of long-time software industry executive Kevin Klustner as his successor.
SEATTLE -- Verdiem, the leading developer of power management software for PC networks, announced today that Catamount Ventures, a San Francisco-based venture capital firm, and Angeleno Group, a Los Angeles based equity investor, invested in the company.
As the world prepares to observe International Air Quality Day this Friday, Verdiem, the leading developer of power management software for PC networks, announced today that it expects emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), a greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming, will be cut by 50 million pounds this year due to reduced energy use by personal computers running Verdiem's energy-saving software.