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data path

(architecture)
A CPU's internal data bus and functional units. The width of the data path in bits is a major determiner of the processor's performance.
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A simple solution to the problem is a class of product called Alternate Path Software (APS) which filters duplicate LUNs and provides a level of indirection between the OS and the data path used to access LUNs.
Magellan DataPath Manager v3 is intelligent data path management software that provides real-time event correlation, topology management and predictive performance monitoring across multi-vendor, multi-domain, and multi-protocol networks.
What is required is an intelligent SAN gateway that sits in the middle of the data path that not only interconnects mainframes and open systems storage on an interface level, but also on a data level.
Presentation by Mark Gustlin, Principal System Architect " Enabling Data Path Services via Multidimensional Programmable Solutions" This presentation will discuss next-generation line card requirements for power-to-performance optimized solutions and unified data-path services that scale to multi-hundred gigabits-per-second.
Fortunately, the data path requirements for digital audio are very small compared to that of the video.
The QuadPort Datapath Switch Element has changed the way many communications customers design their data path," said Christopher Norris, Cypress's data communications division vice president.
Wintegra will also offer control path software to complement its data path offering, such as IEEE 1588 timing synchronization, IEEE 802.
To describe it simply, in-band virtualization solutions introduce an appliance or device "in the data path.
ADIC's Scalar series of intelligent storage libraries provides highly scalable data protection with the industry's first built-in SAN security, integrated data path verification, error recovery, and performance optimization.
Up until now, IPsec acceleration components have functioned as co-processors connected to a separate port removed from the main data path of the network processor or TCP/IP processing silicon.
backup/restore performance by de-duplicating data outside of the primary data path.
This approach severely limits performance and can introduce reliability issues in the data path by performing master controller operations on I/O that the application may not be aware of, possibly resulting in unpredictable behavior.