At low bandwidth capacity, thick client
approach is used with minimizing network traffic.
the greater the network bandwidth, the better the QoS that can be achieved , ), thin clients should be coupled with thick clients
, which come with more generous hardware resources and high speed Internet connection (DSL, Fibre, etc.), in order to obtain desirable cloud access .
While CPOF is delivered to troops as a complete "thick client
" package including computer hardware, the "thin client" web version offers similar functionality for any user with access to the Army's tactical network.
After a detailed vendor evaluation process KN Technologies was selected to partner with BankDhofar to implement the new order management system with additional channels like e-trading, mobile trading and a sophisticated thick client
application for the professional investor.
Pure Web or 'thin client' apps rely on a constant wireless connection to access content, in contrast to thick client
native apps which retain data locally allowing the user to continue to work in the event of signal loss.
* Thick client
applications requiring mobile computing devices
In addition to the thick client
software provided by Valiant Angel, the VA team is developing a Web interface so that operators that do not have Valiant Angel software can use the Web interface to access some of its capabilities.
Microsoft has not been immune to the problem of marrying the increasingly Web-centric world with the desktop world, in which applications run on a thick client
with a resource-heavy OS, but until now the company hasn't had to worry too much about it.
The versatile iPoint mobile carts from Lionville Systems are designed with flexible technology capabilities that support numerous software platforms and hardware options, including thin or thick client
, laptop and all-in-one PCs.
The first type is called a "thick client
The link integration supports image archival via the OnBase application server or the thick client