An increasing number of banks - most of them community-size - are embracing client/server computer architectures for core banking applications.

Client/server systems consist of groups of personal computers that can use a computer hub called a server to jointly work on processing tasks. By pooling the resources of many PCs, client/server systems can process more cheaply and often more quickly than systems based on mainframes of midrange computers.

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