Citations with the tag: MICROCOMPUTER workstations (Computers)
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- Open door leads to more control.
// Professional Engineering; 09/06/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 16, p50
No abstract available.
- Workstation and Cubicle Services.
Richardson, Robert A. // Information Executive; Mar2001, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p5
Comments on factors to consider in installing personal computer workstations and office cubicles. Determination of standard ampere circuit; Consideration of the costs of raising cubicle floors.
- NIH DEVELOPS TELESYNERGY MULTIMEDIA TELEMEDICINE WORKSTATION.
Richardson, Robert A. // Imaging Update; Mar2002, Vol. 13 Issue 3, pN.PAG
Reports on the development of the Telesynergy Medical Consultations Workstation in Bethesda, Maryland. Significance of the workstation to its developer, NIH Center for Information Technology; Functional capabilities of the workstation; Installation of Pointmaker PVI-44 compact video marker.
- PRODUCT PREVIEW: TC-HELICON VOICELIVE.
Cleveland, Barry // Guitar Player; Aug2004, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p36
Evaluates the TC-Helicon VoiceLive workstation for vocalists.
- NT workstation has plug & play.
Cleveland, Barry // Machine Design; 3/9/95, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p174
Features the FASTseries SP and MP workstations which accommodate high-speed networks and enhanced graphics. Incorporation of common personal computer (PC) standards.
- UniForum '96 augurs workstation-market upsets.
Wright, Maury; Granville, Fran // EDN; 3/14/96, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p28
Focuses on workstation introductions at the 1996 UniForum in San Francisco, California. NeTpower Inc.'s Calisto Pentium-Pro-based system; Ross Microcomputer upgrades for Sun SPARCstations and complete SPARC-based systems; Pricing; Contact information.
- QUOVAD DEBUTS QUOVE WORKSTATIONS FOR DIGITAL DESIGNERS.
Wright, Maury; Granville, Fran // Computer Workstations; May2001, p4
Reports on the launch of QuoVE, a line of technologically advanced graphic workstations, by Quovad, the enterprise development unit of NW Direct Design and Manufacturing. Features; Pricing; Usability; Specifications; Packaging; Memory Storage; Performance rating; Availability; Product offering;...
- @Xi MTower 64.
LaFon, Ron // Cadalyst; Sep2003, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p37
No abstract available.
- Low-tech high-tech.
Hart, Tom // Technology Connection; Mar97, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p18
Highlights many features of Compact Disc-interactive (CD-i) workstations. Ways in which CD-i software can be used in education; CD-i's cost effectiveness; Comparison with CD-ROM; Special features of CD-i program Titanic; Prices. INSET: Calendar..
- Computer workstation ergonomics guidelines.
Hart, Tom // Occupational Hazards; Oct2000, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p214
Presents ergonomic guidelines for arranging a computer workstation. Optimization of workstation arrangements; Selection of computer furniture; Placement of computer monitors; Ways to practice good posture.
- Computers, workstations.
Hart, Tom // Electric Light & Power; Oct94, Vol. 72 Issue 10, 1994 Information... p13
Presents a directory of companies which supply computer workstations in the United States. Includes Automated Control Concepts; Aydin Controls; C-Grams Unlimited; Canus Corp.; Digital Equipment Corp., Utilities Division; Ener-Tech ACS Inc.; ESCA Corp.; The Foxboro Co.; G&W Electric Co.;...
- MIPS-based workstations.
Seidel, Kevin A. // PC Week; 8/23/93, Vol. 10 Issue 33, p133
Lists MIPS (millions of instructions per second)-based workstations from various companies. Random-access memory; Processor; Clock rate; Operating systems supported; Bus types; Video accelerator; Controllers; Protocol supported; Price; Technical support.
- Netpower readies AGP-based workstations.
McCright, John S. // PC Week; 08/25/97, Vol. 14 Issue 36, p18
Speaks of the Netpower Inc. Calisto3 for Windows NT workstation, which is designed specifically for graphics and financial applications. Its use of Intel Corp.'s accelerated graphics port (AGP) as opposed to the traditional PCI bus; Specifications; Price; Other Products from Netpower Inc.
- Workstation growth.
McCright, John S. // PC Week; 9/18/95, Vol. 12 Issue 37, p51
Presents a graph depicting workstation growth from 1993 to 1995.
- NT systems make move to workstations.
April, Carolyn; DeMocker, Judy // InfoWorld; 8/12/96, Vol. 18 Issue 33, p29
Reports on Windows NT workstation introductions from Digital Equipment Corp., IBM, Hewlett-Packard Co., Compaq Computer Corp. and Netpower Inc. at Siggraph show in New Orleans, Louisiana. Includes IBM's uni- and dual-processor products based on the 200-MHz Pentium Pro chip; HP's one- and two-way...
- Mixed results in workstation market.
April, Carolyn; DeMocker, Judy // Caribbean Business; 10/15/98, Vol. 26 Issue 41, p47
Reports that the workstation market is experiencing mixed results in Puerto Rico. Percentage decline in workstation revenue during the second quarter of 1998; Increase in worldwide workstation shipments; Performance of Windows NT workstations.
- Graphics workstations to get a new (price) image.
Davey, Tom // PC Week; 6/24/96, Vol. 13 Issue 25, p29
Anticipates the decline in prices for high-end graphics workstation. Product announcements; User benefits.
- HP flexes its new NT power.
Lapolla, Stephanie // PC Week; 9/02/96, Vol. 13 Issue 35, p10
Reports on graphics workstation products from various computer firms. Hewlett-Packard's Vectra XW workstation; Digital Equipment Corp.'s AlphaStation 500/500 workstation; Intergraph Corp.'s StudioZ CGI/Video Authoring Workstation.
- Setting up classroom computer workstations.
Comens, Gary // Media & Methods; May/Jun94, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p10
Discusses the advantages of setting up classroom computer workstations. Opportunities for students to communicate with educators; Improvement of student learning efficiency in subjects; Equipment recommended for in-class computer workstations.
- Workstation sales could grow ten-fold.
Comens, Gary // Design News; 2/21/94, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p46
Presents forecasts for the workstation market based on a study conducted by market research firm Frost and Sullivan. Growth in total unit sales; Fierce competition among workstation manufacturers in diverse arenas; Introduction of new models at high and low ends for a range of computing...
- YOUR DESKTOP IN THE YEAR 1996.
Deutschman, Alan; Rick; Tetzeli // Fortune; 7/11/1994, Vol. 130 Issue 1, p86
Discusses the ways that some people envision the evolution of the personal computer workstation. Overview of the increasing speed of changes in the computer industry; Managerial changes at IBM and Apple, two of the most important computer firms; Additional information.
- Versatile computer workstation for data collection and inspection needs.
Deutschman, Alan; Rick; Tetzeli // Modern Machine Shop; Apr95, Vol. 67 Issue 11, p198
Features the 702 Computer Workstation. Management of data collection requirements of dimensional Statistical Press Control (SPC); Reasons behind its versatility and performance; Contact information.
- Integrated ultrasound workstation.
Deutschman, Alan; Rick; Tetzeli // Materials Management in Health Care; Jul98, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p68
Introduces Acuson's DIMAQ integrated ultrasound workstation, which provides digital capture, storage, review and transfer of complete echo exams. Key features; Capabilities.
- Xeon Caters to the High End.
Mackenna, John // PC Week; 10/12/98, Vol. 15 Issue 41, p47
Presents information on the 450 megahertz (MHz) Xeon workstations introduced by some major Windows NT workstation makers. Starting price; Comment from Steve Dinan of Dinan Engineering Inc.
Mackenna, John // Computer-Aided Engineering; Oct98, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p80
Presents information on various computer products. Features of the ProStation GS 400D and ProAlpha GS 667 worstations from Cutting Edge Technology Inc.; Features of Revolution IV graphics accelerator of the Number Nine Visual Technology Corp.
- Unix to battle Windows NT.
Whelan, Carolyn // Electronic News (10616624); 01/05/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2200, p52
Focuses on trends in the computer workstations market in the United States projected in 1998. Explosion of the demand for NT workstations and new entrants; Expansion of low-end market due to personal computer upsizing; Improvement of graphic performance.
- Are PCs and workstations about to converge?
Metcalfe, Bob // InfoWorld; 10/11/93, Vol. 15 Issue 41, p58
Opinion. Looks into the possibility of a convergence of personal computers (PC) and workstations. Basis of industry standard PC platform; Sun Technology Enterprises president Eric Schmidt's view that the PCs and workstations will continue to be sold by different companies through different...
- Test, Tests, and More Tests.
Liddle, Art // Cadalyst; Aug2001, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p36
Presents the result of a test conducted to measure the relative performance of dual-processor workstations. Comparison of dual-processor with one-processor; Price performance; Individual benchmark results.
- The impact of SGI.
Liddle, Art // Macworld; Nov96, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p124
Reports the results of a test of an SGI Indigo2 Impact Max computer workstation. The standard by which Macintosh and Windows machines are compared; Superior real-time, photo-realistic 3-D graphics on its screen saver; More image and motion control than Adobe After Effects; Other features;...
- Workstations get personal.
Teschler, Leland // Machine Design; 5/23/94, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p40
Features developments in personal computers (PC) and workstations since 1984. Capabilities of Pentium and RISC-based microprocessors; Divergence of PC architecture and graphics and data systems; Implementation of X terminals. INSETS: Watching workstations grow.;It's a workstation, a PC, a...
- Multimedia PC for $1600.
Rogers, Michael // Library Journal; 9/15/1993, Vol. 118 Issue 15, p26
Informs on an available product for those looking to purchase a multimedia PC. Tandy Corporation's fully equipped 80484-based model for $1600 through its Radio Shack division; Features; Contact point for more information.
- Workstations aren't defined by those who sell them.
Coffee, Peter // PC Week; 1/27/97, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p50
Focuses on computer workstations. Definition of a workstation; Features of workstations that differentiate them from desktop computers; The purpose workstations serve in the corporate computing world.
- PC Week labs top 10 NIC index.
Nguyen, Huy // PC Week; 7/18/94, Vol. 11 Issue 28, pN/18
Features price and performance indexes for Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) Ethernet Workstation adapters. Testing method.
- ISA Token-Ring workstation adapters.
Nguyen, Huy // PC Week; 8/22/94, Vol. 11 Issue 33, pN/3
Presents the top ten Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) Token-Ring workstation adapters as of August 22, 1994. Tests conducted by `PC Week' Labs; Model; Manufacturer; Price/performance index.
- RDI's PowerLite Turbo heavily targeted at military and gov't.
Moore, Mark // PC Week; 06/30/97, Vol. 14 Issue 28, p60
Describes the PowerLite Turbo 170 from RDI Computer Corp. The targeting of the SPARC processor-based portable workstation at government users and military personnel in the field; The features of the computer; Cost; Contact point.
- Liberty Electronics ships all-in-one unit.
Moore, Mark // PC Week; 06/30/97, Vol. 14 Issue 28, p64
Describes the Liberty Independence from Liberty Electronics. The features of the Independence as a fully-integrated workstation; Cost; Contact point.
- WORKSTATION BRINGS WORK ENVELOPE CLOSER.
Moore, Mark // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing; Mar2007, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p178
The article evaluates the Encompass-2 workstations from Winsted Corp. and offers information on key features, specifications and applications.
- CLEARCANVAS RELEASES COMMERCIAL RADIOLOGY WORKSTATION.
Moore, Mark // Computer Workstations; May2011, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p5
The article offers brief information on the clinical radiology workstation product ClearCanvas workstation from ClearCanvas Inc.
- Intel ships prototype Itanium processor-based systems.
Martinez, Jose // Caribbean Business; 1/13/2000, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p43
Reports on the delivery of Intel's prototype Itanium processor-based servers and workstations. Offer of assistance to system manufacturers, operating system vendors and application providers to complete the development and testing of products for Intel's 64-bit Itanium processor; Workstation...
- Forum beefs up advanced graphics port sepc for workstation applications.
Child, Jeff // Electronic Design; 09/14/98, Vol. 46 Issue 21, p26
Focuses on the workstation-specific extension to the (Advanced Graphics Port) AGP 2.0 specification called AGP Pro. Comparison with current AGP interface specifications; AGP capabilities; Delivery of electrical power to graphic add-in cards.
- Fiber to the desk: Does it make sense?
McElroy, Mark W. // EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance; Nov97, Vol. 96 Issue 11, p50
Discusses contradicting principles about the value of high-quality fiber optics for computer workstations. Increase in the amount of data transported across networks; Unlimited applications of fiber optics compared to copper products; Fiber optics as more expensive medium for data transmission;...
Williams, Ben; Dineley, Doug // InfoWorld; 10/4/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 40, p12
Presents a letter to the editor in response to the article "Workstation Shutdown," which was published in the February 16, 2004 issue of "InfoWorld."
- Battling for dominance.
Robertson, Barbara // Computer Graphics World; Mar96, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p52
Focuses on the competition among workstation vendors over better and cheaper three-dimensional graphics capabilities of their products. Sun Microsystems' target market; Silicon Graphics' IMPACT machines; International Business Machines' (IBM) customer base; Windows NT's gains in computer-aided...
- ELECTROGLAS DEBUTS PROCESS VISUALIZATION WORKSTATION.
Robertson, Barbara // Computer Workstations; Mar2000, p5
Introduces Quicklook, a process visualization workstation from Electroglas Inc. in Santa Clara, California. Effectiveness of the workstation in the management of wafer bumping processes; Compatibility of the device with QuickSilver Bump Inspection Systems; Company background.
- BYNARI INTRODUCES TRADESERVER FOR LINUX/UNIX WORKSTATIONS.
Robertson, Barbara // Computer Workstations; Oct2000, p1
Introduces the computer software TradeServer for Linux and Unix workstations from Bynari Inc. in Dallas, Texas. Advantages of the TradeServer computer software; Features of the TradeServer software; Product line of the company; Development of the Sourceforge.net site of Linux; Company profile.
- Workstation houses music equipment.
Robertson, Barbara // T H E Journal; Apr96, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p47
Presents the Multimedia Workstation from Wenger Corp., which organizes a wide range of electronic music equipment with a comfortable, ergonomic design. Features; Description.
- Acer OEMs `Portable' RS/600.
Robertson, Barbara // Electronic News (10616624); 8/2/93, Vol. 39 Issue 1974, p16
No abstract available.
Robertson, Barbara // Electronic News (10616624); 11/22/93, Vol. 39 Issue 1990, p27
No abstract available.
Robertson, Barbara // Electronic News (10616624); 12/6/93, Vol. 39 Issue 1992, p22
Reports on developments in the field of microprocessors used in data processing. Samsung Electronics' digital video chipset for capture boards, cable TV converter boxes and multimedia computers; Intel/VLSI Polar chipset in AST Research portable computer; Similar upgrade strategies pursued by...
- Three-dimensional workspace for industrial workstations.
Das, Biman; Behara, Devendra N. // Human Factors; Dec98, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p633
Examines the direct anthropometric measurements of maximum functional reach points for male and female populations to determine a three-dimensional workspace for industrial workstation design. Proportionality of the reach distances to the arm length of a man or woman; Goal to improve the...