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(wɪnˈtɛl) ,
adj. Informal.
of or designating a computer that uses a microprocessor made by Intel Corporation and any of the Windows operating systems developed by Microsoft Corporation.
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SunGard MRP provides a cross-discipline team with experts in each area of Florida Hospital's complex network of IT systems which includes a mainframe, UNIX, Linux, WinTel and VMware environments.
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The market share of Wintel's platform will decrease from nearly 50 percent of last year to 30 percent or less in 2014.
Microsoft's new approach marks the end of Intel's hegemony on Windows systems, sometimes referred to as 'Wintel,' which set the standard in early computing.
The deal could jeopardize Microsoft s partnership with Intel, called Wintel. Historically, Intel supported Mac, Linux and the like, Microsoft supported other x86 manufacturers such as VIA, AMD and Cyrix as well as non-x86 manufacturers like Alpha and MIPS.
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It runs on standard Wintel servers and interfaces directly with SIP trunks from the PSTN, or with any SIP or H.323 media gateway.
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