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dedicated terminal

[′ded·ə‚kād·əd ′tərm·ən·əl]
(computer science)
A computer terminal that is permanently connected to a data-processing system by a communications link that is used only to transmit information between the two.
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On the whole, the dedicated terminal will increase competitiveness of the LCCs including AirAsia and help KLIA to become the main LCC air hub in the region,'' he said.
This week Malaysia will reportedly give the approval to build a dedicated terminal for low-cost carriers at Kuala Lumpur's international airport.
The business could also prove a draw for the big cruise companies, which the council is aiming to attract back with the creation of a dedicated terminal at the Pier Head.
I see the solution as a dedicated terminal on the Vale of Glamorgan line at Rhoose with a shuttle-bus service to the airport terminal.
Seaboard, which is the largest shipper at the port, has a dedicated terminal for efficient service.
GWI) (NYSE: GWR) subsidiary Rotterdam Rail Feeding (RRF), which provides rail service at the Port of Rotterdam and at terminals throughout the Netherlands, today announced that it will begin dedicated terminal shunting and feeder services in the Port of Antwerp.
In most cases this is by road tanker; but in Bergen there is a dedicated terminal and Stockholm has a bunker vessel called Seagas that gives LNG fuel.
a Dedicated terminal aEithad Airways and Air Serbia will use a dedicated terminal at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport from late October.
The first shipment arrived towards end of May 2012 and the first vessel called on the facility on July 1, 2012 marking a new beginning and engraving a chapter for export of bulk minerals through a dedicated terminal facility.
The fleet, delivered to the airline's dedicated Terminal 3 hub at Dubai International Airport, consisted of 46 estate variants of the segment leading E-Class executive saloon and 20 luxurious Viano large-capacity vehicles.
The first ferry, Hormuz-12, arrived this week carrying 190 passengers from the Port of Bandar Lengeh in Iran, and was accorded a warm welcome at the dedicated terminal by senior DP World officials led by Mohammed Al Muallem, senior vice-president and managing director of DP World, UAE Region; Mohammed Ali Ahmed, chief operating officer of DP World, UAE Region; and Mohammed Al Mannaei, director of Port Rashid.
Both packages feature a Virtual Dedicated Terminal Server, Virtual Dedicated File Server with SharePoint Foundation, and redundant Active Directory Controllers.
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