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thick client

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(Computer Science) computing a computer having its own hard drive, as opposed to one on a network where most functions are carried out on a central server. See thin client
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To meet business goals, enterprises need visibility into the performance of all applications-local, SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, thick client, web or mobile-as well as visibility into the physical and virtual infrastructure supporting them.
The global advanced (3D/4D) visualization systems market is expected to witness growth in the coming years due to technological advancements in system software and hardware, integration of picture archiving and communication system (PACS), dedicated work stations, shift from thick client to thin client and cloud computing and multi-modality functions.
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Today, thanks to the decentralization of visualization software from a thick client to a thin client together with the prevalence of tools on PACS workstations, advanced visualization (AV) is playing an increasingly important role in medical imaging.
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Asked how the system differs from PE's flagship thick client E-Notebook ELN, Brian Gilman, Elements product manager says, "E-Notebook is for those who need a richer set of capabilities.
The Jacada solution will include Jacada Workspace Agent Desktop, Jacada Integration & Automation, Jacada HostFuse, and Jacada Interface Server to provide a unified desktop that ties together the company's CICS mainframe and multiple desktop applications (web and thick client) to provide a complete customer service solution.
"The days of thick client software are fading," notes Paul Bramwell, senior vice president for treasury solutions at technology vendor SunGard, pictured at right.