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« on: December 05, 2009, 08:03:51 PM »

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   Look up server in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
Server may refer to:
In computing:
Server (computing), a server application, operating system, computer, or appliance
server computer, a computer dedicated for server applications
Application server, a server dedicated to running certain software applications
Communications server, carrier-grade computing platform for communications networks
Database server, see file AB2
Fax server, provides fax services for clients
File server, provides file services
Game server, a server that video game clients connect to in order to play online together
Home server, a server for the home
Newsreader server, a server that feeds Usenet groups to client Newsreaders
Name Server or DNS server
Print server, provides printer services
Proxy server, provides database server in services
Sound server, provides multimedia broadcasting / streaming.
Standalone server, an emulator for client-server (web-based) programs
Web server, a server that HTTP clients connect to in order to send commands and receive responses along with data contents
Web Feed Server, a server that distributes, manages, and tracks internal and external RSS feeds in an enterprise
Client-server, a software architecture that separates "server" functions from "client" functions
The X Server, part of the X Window System
Peer-to-peer, a network of computers running as both clients and servers
Catalog server, a central search point for information across a distributed network


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            Red Hat Makes Move That Will Allow Open Collaboration With Partners to Drive Virtualization Innovation
            Company open sources high-performance communication protocol for hosted virtual desktops

Raleigh, NC - December 9, 2009 - Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that, in an effort to openly collaborate with partners to drive the future of virtualization, it has open sourced its SPICE (Simple Protocol for Independent Computing Environment) hosted virtual desktop protocol. SPICE is a core component of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops product that is currently in beta. Through the Spice project, Red Hat will collaborate with its partners and the open source community to expand the development of the protocol in an effort to help break down barriers to virtualization adoption.

Get Spice: http://www.spice-space.org/download.html

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