An enterprise server is an internal-only Web/groupware site for a corporation or organization. This can also be called an intranet or corporate network.
Server which carry all users of the enterprise. It offers global functions as mail or name resolving. It is placed in the main distributor.
Centered around the concept of publish/subscribe, Enterprise Server provides a message broker (Broker), adapters and tools to develop integration solutions.
An enterprise server is what is used in large companies for many users. This is a type of networking server.
n. A robust, powerful server with extensive capabilities and resources that can provide the necessary reliability, availability, and scalability for network computing. Other computers can connect to the enterprise server and share the facilities that it provides. Examples of enterprise servers include the IBM S/390 family of servers.
An Enterprise Server is a computer system which performs an essential service for a large organization. Examples include corporate web servers, print servers, and data bases. A key feature distinguishing an enterprise server is that even a short-term failure costs more than purchasing and installing the system. For example, it takes only a few minutes' down time at a nationwide stock exchange to justify the expense of entirely replacing the system with something more reliable.
web server from Netscape.