Computer system from which the MX700 Series receives the X Server image and on which resides the fonts and libraries necessary for operation, or computer running XClients.
In telecommunications, the system that you have called up and to which you are connected, such as a BBS (bulletin board system) or an on-line service such as CompuServe.
See Agent System.
Another name for a Bulletin Board System (BBS)
The computer system on which CrossView Pro is run. The host system is connected to the target system, usually with an RS-232 cable.
A data processing system used to prepare programs and operating environments for use on another computer or controller.
The computer to which the printer is attached.
Computer or computer system; machine within a network.
A computer system used to manage the execution and management of tests where the product being tested is on a separate target system.
The primary or controlling computer in a communications network. See also control station. In TCP/IP, a computer that is part of a network as a peer system.
Any system to which disks are directly attached, (not attached remotely.) Mainframes, workstations, and personal computers can all be considered host systems.
This is a general term which is used to describe a computer which accepts data calls from other remote computers or terminals via a suitable transmission medium, usually the public telephone network. In their simplest form they may offer electronic messaging and notice board facilities e.g. bulletin boards. At the other end of the spectrum there are some very powerful information services which offer complex search and retrieval facilities for a whole range of specialist information areas.
(1) The computing system to which a network is connected and with which other devices can communicate. (2) The primary or controlling computer in a network.