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diskless

Devices that do not have internal storage. See diskless workstation.
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Jentu Technologies is a Toronto Canada based technology company that has developed a secure diskless streaming solution that eliminates the risks of malware in any operation and reduces operational costs of managing desktops by up to 90%.
Secure Pocket Drive can be paired with a diskless lightweight laptop for traveling employees.
The development of diskless boot and network storage technology makes the appearance of service deployment system based on centralized storage possible.
Easy to set up, simple to manage, affordable to own, Iomega's new StorCenter PX series of network storage devices range from diskless with no included storage up to 18TB of storage capacity.
The new range includes five new models -- ReadyNas Ultra, ReadyNas NVX Diskless, ReadyNas PRO Diskless, ReadyNas 3100 and ReadyNas 4200 -- which offer multiple back up layers that can be customised to match the needs of the user.
The NETGEAR ReadyNAS Ultra 4 is available for pre-order from Amazon.com for an MSRP of USD599.99 diskless and USD899.99 fitted with two 2TB drives, while the Ultra 6, also available for pre-order, costs USD899.99 diskless and USD1,349.99 fitted with three 2TB drives.
* 3270 terminals (display devices used to communicate with mainframes) to diskless workstations with terminal services--a thin client display window used to view data stored on servers.
* Inexpensive, energy-efficient PC replacements-known as diskless thin clients--fail less often than PCs, and, when they do, can be loaded with all necessary software in minutes.
Shortly thereafter, he debuted Green Destiny, a 240-node cluster supercomputer in five square feet that consumed a mere 3.2 kilowatts of power (when booted diskless).
It also supports diskless operation with standard Linux distributions and fast boot operations independent of the system size.
In the mid-70s, as a direct result of the Arab oil embargo and the resulting cry for energy conservation, a small, diskless IBM System/7 minicomputer was interfaced to the electromechanical system.