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Server

 

Typically a dual (or better) processor computer which supplies (serves) a network of less powerful machines such as desktop PCs, with applications, data, messaging, communications, information, etc.. The term is replacing 'host' in many situations since the processing power of a desk top server is such that one machine is sufficient to run the computing requirements of a complete organisation.

 


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