commodity machine

commodity machine

An off-the-shelf device that is readily available for purchase. Commodity PCs and servers often refer to x86 machines, which are the world's largest desktop, laptop and server platform. See x86-based system, COTS and commodity product.
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If you are buying a commodity machine off the shelf, your choices are limited at that point.
The base price of machine tools may be a reasonable barometer when assessing commodity machine tools, but falls short when producers of high-production automotive components examine machine tools.
Introduced at IMTS 2002, the Nexus machines are credited with giving Mazak a fully-equipped product offering that has taken market share, even in a difficult market, from commodity machine builders.
Three years ago," he explains, "there were a lot of relatively goods value, low-cost commodity machine tools being imported that ran well.
Cassandra is designed to store large datasets over a set of commodity machines by using a peer-to-peer cluster structure to promote horizontal scalability.
Sisense Version 6 leverages In-Chip technology to improve business users' access to advanced analytics on low-cost commodity machines without the need for special data warehouse tools or dedicated IT staff.
But, if that is the case, do we have the production facilities that can accommodate low cost commodity machines and, the other way round, does Asia have the facilities to make technical machines?
The net effect is a system that scales-out/ in dynamically on commodity machines and virtual machines, has no single point of failure, and delivers full ACID transactional semantics.
com) again displayed some of its commodity machines at the booth run by Ingersoll Production Systems (Rockford, Ill.
0 apps across "lightweight," commodity machines -- the same winning application architecture formula proven out by Internet leaders such as Google, Yahoo
This time, companies are not blindly throwing commodity machines at a spiraling capacity problem.
With CitusDB, Citus Data scales out PostgreSQL across hundreds of commodity machines and CPU cores in parallel, while staying true to the core PostgreSQL project and its evolving ecosystem.

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