SPARCStation


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SPARCStation

(computer)
A family of workstations from Sun Microsystems based on the SPARC architecture. Models include the SPARCStation 1, 1+, SLC, SPARCStation ELC, IPX, SPARCStation 5, SPARCStation 10 and SPARCStation 20.
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ASCmanager is available now, operating on Sun's SPARCstation server supported by an Oracle database and with either SPARCstation or Windows 2000 client stations.
introduced the SPARCstation family of workstations, O'Connell and his fellow researchers realized that they could place both number-crunching and graphics capabilities on each desktop.
To implement his ideas, Neuhaus developed the concept and supervised the writing of FABULOUS, a user-friendly interface to a culinary and pictorial database now residing on four UNIX-based SPARCstation 1 computers from Sun Microsystems in Mountain View, Calif.
Brown was the director of entry desktops product marketing at Sun Microsystems, where she successfully launched SPARCstation 5, then the highest selling product in Sun's 13-year history.
It is aiming the SPARCstation 1 squarely at higher-education users such as reseachers, professors, students, librarians and administrators.
The SLICES(TM) technology was originally deployed on the powerful SUN Microsystems SparcStation series of computers.
Imperial's storage peripherals are "off-the-shelf" compatible with the SPARCstation Solaris Operating Environment and Solaris Intel environments.
His tenure at Sun began in 1986 during which time he held senior sales and marketing positions, including Director of Product Marketing for Volume Desktops, General Manager of Sun Mexico, Regional Manager of Sales for Latin America and Product Line Manager for SPARCstation Desktop Products.
The Acuity system utilizes the UNIX-based Sun SPARCstation workstation.
Sun states that the purchaser of a product with the Solaris Ready logo can be assured that: 1) the product ships with tested SPARCstation systems and Solaris operating environment device drivers, 2) the software drivers can be easily installed and uninstalled, and 3) the product meets established performance standards.
Xinet also offers its high-performance prepress server products for Silicon Graphics and Sun SPARCstation servers.
Available for Sun Microsystem's Solaris for SPARCstation Unix, Debian/GNU Linux, Windows NT, Windows 95, Windows 98 and Macintosh servers, PicServe Web-RIP technology is completely platform-independent.