character terminal

character terminal

[′kar·ik·tər ‚tər·mə·nəl]
(computer science)
A screen that can display only text.

character terminal

A screen that displays only text and no graphics.
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The NCD ThinSTAR Connectivity Suite, a series of server or client-based terminal emulators make NCD ThinSTAR 200 the ideal character terminal upgrade.
NCD's recently announced NCD ThinSTAR Windows-based terminals combine with NCD ThinSTAR Connectivity Suite provide the perfect character terminal upgrade.
FacetTerm lets UNIX system users run up to ten simultaneous sessions from a single character terminal or PC running terminal emulation.
Indeed in its own material, Sun says the closest equivalent to Sun Ray 1 is an IBM 3270 green screen character terminal - except that Sun Ray 1 has graphics.
FACTS will run on Microsoft Windows NT and multiple versions of UNIX (serial or network connections), with any combination of character terminal and graphical PC users.
It wants to ensure big iron users continue to Big Blue big iron even after they drag character terminal users to GUIs.
FACTS will run on Microsoft Windows NT/2000 and multiple versions of UNIX (serial or network connections), with any combination of character terminal and graphical PC users.
pdf format Character Terminal -Publish to HTML -Photos Binary for Non-GUI directely from -Clipart terminal users WordPerfect -Textures -Advanced system -Netscape WebBrowser application -Samples and Templates customization utilities -Support for Oracle DataBase Engine -UNIX Platforms supported:Hewlett- Packard(R)-UX 10.
FACTS supports Microsoft Windows NT and multiple versions of UNIX with any combination of character terminal or graphical PC users.
NCD ThinSTAR 200 is an entry-level character terminal replacement.
In addition, our marketing partnership with Wall Data will allow NCD to deliver the most comprehensive offering to migrate character terminal users to Windows-based Terminals and the Windows NT environment.
Before the Windows-based terminal, organizations were required to replace aging character terminals with new character terminals or with PCs running terminal emulators.