teleprocessing


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teleprocessing

[′tel·ə‚prä‚ses·iŋ]
(computer science)
The use of telecommunications equipment and systems by a computer.
A computer service involving input/output at locations remote from the computer itself.

teleprocessing

("long distance" processing) An early IBM term for data communications.
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BOC Improves Toll Data with Network Teleprocessing System Diamond State Telephone Company, which along with Bell of Pennsylvania and several other Eastern BOCs, is an operating-company affiliate of Bell Atlantic, was the first BOC to install a self-contained network teleprocessing system that previously had seen applications at independent (non-Bell) telcos.
The earliest information-processing network appeared in the form of a teleprocessing system.
Pixnet-XL provides such networking functions as multiple CPU and application access, full-duplex line transmission and line concentration without traditional teleprocessing hardware, software and support personnel.
Running as an application under IBM's CICS teleprocessing monitor, Omnilink provides multi-directional file transfer, allowing users to download data from mainframe to PC, upload from PC to mainframe or route data from one PC to another.