Traducción de minicomputer en Español:

minicomputer

minicomputadora, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmɪnɪkəmˌpjuːtə//ˈmɪnikəmˌpjudər/

nombre

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    minicomputadora femenino América Latina
    miniordenador masculino España
    • The company then reverted to its old systems, homegrown applications it had built for digital equipment vax minicomputers in the 1980s.
    • Among other industrial spin-offs of Project Whirlwind was the minicomputer, developed by Kenneth Hogan of the Digital Equipment Corporation.
    • A personal data assistant is a minicomputer that can fit in the palm of your hand.
    • The commercial array processors, coupled with minicomputers from Digital Equipment Corporation and Data General, were often used as supercomputers.
    • That's why the minicomputer makers are gone, that's why the PC makers are going; the growth is in the modern clients.
    • It had to kiss that goodbye, when minicomputers and then PCs and servers proliferated.
    • Agent software is now available for just about every type of hardware device, from the latest communications servers through to the most ancient of Digital Equipment PDP - 11 minicomputers.
    • The first Unix was developed at the Bell Labs in 1971 for PDP minicomputers.
    • The project came in on time, it came in on budget - and it was a miserable failure, because basically you needed a minicomputer for every person.
    • During his master's work he built a small robot with whiskers and photoelectric eyes controlled by a minicomputer, and wrote a thesis on a computer language for artificial intelligence.
    • History buffs will recall that Sun Microsystems began in the 1980s with one goal, to put the power of an engineer's minicomputer onto his desktop.
    • Lam and his colleagues began the first leg of the computation in 1980, using a minicomputer to run through the simplest cases.
    • The sound and speech processor is a minicomputer that processes sound into digital information, and then sends that information to the implant package in the form of electrical signals.
    • All of a sudden, IBM PCs exchanged information easier with typical minicomputer systems than they did with mainframe computers.
    • The lowly transistor, for example, killed the vacuum tube, while PCs, once derided as toys, snuffed minicomputers and currently threaten servers from the likes of Sun Microsystems Inc.
    • In the 1980s geeks and hackers were tied together by a love of machine and code, with fierce and regular rifts developing between those who believed in the PC or the minicomputer, the keyboard or the mouse, Intel or Motorola.
    • Because of this, not only are developing countries far more dependent on older PCs, such as Pentium I and PII systems, but even the larger minicomputers often need to be supported long after their officially supported life is over.
    • At that time, the lab had a specialized real-time minicomputer: a Hewlett-Packard HP - 1000 F series.
    • There is a community, a shared culture, of expert programmers and networking wizards that traces its history back through decades to the first time-sharing minicomputers and the earliest ARPAnet experiments.
    • To do this, Compaq acquired Tandem Computer, maker of famously reliable mainframes, and then Digital Equipment Corporation, the original maker of minicomputers.