a desktop digital computer that is conventionally considered to be more powerful than a microcomputer
- Workstation Levels
- PTEC (Workstation product category)
- Be marketed as a workstation;
- Workstation meets the ENERGY STAR requirements.
- Desktop, Integrated Desktop, Notebook, Workstation, Small-Scale Server
- appropriate maintenance programmes for work equipment, workplaces and workstation systems;
- To qualify as a workstation, a computer must:
- Measurement of the maximum AC power consumption of a workstation should be conducted as follows:
- Workstations: Below is a sample PTEC calculation for a Workstation with two hard drives.
- a description of the workstation(s) likely to be occupied by operators;
- In addition, a workstation must meet three of the following six optional characteristics:
- Each participant shall have at least one workstation with Internet access to access the ICM via U2A.
- The ENERGY STAR Version 5,0 effective date for Desktop, Integrated Desktop, Notebook, Workstation, Small-Scale Server and Thin Client is 1 July 2009.
- Workstation A high-performance, single-user computer typically used for graphics, CAD, software development, financial and scientific applications among other compute-intensive tasks.
- The Community independent transaction log and each registry shall ensure that all node, workstation and server software is correctly configured and routinely patched as security and functional updates are released.