host-centric

host-centric

Designed to run only in a centralized host computer rather than in a client/server-oriented LAN. See client/server, LAN-centric and server-centric.
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He explains the steps needed to plan and design a patient-consumer-driven architecture; integration strategies; moving from host-centric to patient-consumer-information-centric interoperability; using new Medicaid reform; fostering innovation and integration, alignment, and continuous planning; the health and social determinants of analytics for healthcare transformation; incremental commitment planning, governance, and tracking value-risk-integration; using virtual health networks to build a resource-event-agent healthcare paradigm; introducing new approaches to meet the challenges of integration, scale, and event coordination; and health ecosystem security, privacy, and consent.
Let's begin by addressing host-centric security issues.
PCIe switches are primarily used for host-centric fanout, port-expansion or peer-to-peer communication capabilities.
* For Remote I/O, only the I/O subsystem carries forward the host-centric PCI architecture.
What they propose and what is getting Gates so excited is a new host-centric approach to containment, known in the industry as Vigilante.
Jacada claims its software enables businesses to leverage their existing host-centric applications for use in conducting business over the internet.
Perhaps with all the fundamental change in the business models of healthcare, now would be a good time to hold at least one variable constant: Keep our systems in comfortable host-centric (whether mainframe or UNIX-based) settings.
Currently, CGU's network is evolving from a host-centric, point-to-point network to a host and server mixture with virtual circuits that can manage numerous value-add applications essential for conducting business.
USB2.0 continues to use a low cost host-centric connection model, which is the best answer for a PC connection to PC peripherals.
I am going to use the broadest definition of legacy applications - that is, all software already in production, including host-centric, client/server, and standalone desktop applications.