enterprise server


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enterprise server

(1) See .NET Enterprise Server.

(2) A medium to large-scale server in an organization's network. Enterprise servers have large memory and storage capacities and high speed. "Enterprise" often implies high reliability (see enterprise class and fault tolerant).
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