A server is essentially a box with a network card that can be plugged into a computer.
It’s basically a piece of equipment that connects your computer to a remote computer, usually a corporate computer or an office computer.
The term server refers to a network-enabled computer that is connected to the Internet, but also connects to a device on the network and that can act as a gateway between two devices.
The new term server comes from the word “server,” which means a computer that’s connected to a server, a computer network and a networked network.
“We’re really excited to be the first to announce this exciting new server, which is the first in a series of new and exciting server-enabled devices we’re introducing for the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show,” said Mark McNeill, senior vice president and general manager of Intel Corp.’s Server, Storage and Networking business unit.
“The new server features a sleek and elegant design, is the latest addition to Intel’s family of high-performance server- and network-class products, and is available to all OEMs in March,” McNeill said.
The server has been designed to be easy to install, easy to configure and easy to upgrade.
“This is a great time to get ready for the Consumer Electronics show, where we’re going to showcase some of our upcoming products to customers and showcase the latest Intel innovations for the next year,” McNeil said.