Internet server appliance

Internet server appliance

A self-contained computer system specialized for Internet or intranet use with primary access to setup and configuration through a browser. See server appliance.
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The NetWinder OfficeServer 2.0 is an all-in-one Internet server appliance that offers virtual private networking for both remote user's and distributed or branch offices.
Internet server appliance provider Right Vision has launched the Eye-box MAX network solution.
French-based Right Vision has launched version 2.5 of its Eye-box ONE Internet server appliance.
According to a recently completed study carried out by IDC the Internet server appliance market is set to grow by around 79% over the next five years.
Integrating web-based applications and tools, Qube 3 is designed to offer an end-to-end Internet server appliance.
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Technauts' eServer products boast the industry's first application-level failover/redundancy, clustering and load balancing capabilities for Internet server appliances in the Japanese market.
A case in point is Cobalt Networks, whose line of Linux-based Internet server appliances is finding favor with a wide range of VARs and integrators.
The French-based Internet server appliances manufacturer Right Vision has formed a strategic partnership with Alcatel E-Business Distribution Ltd, part of the French telecomms equipment maker Alcatel.

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