distributed fault

distributed fault

[di′strib·yəd·əd ‚fȯlt]
(geology)
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The 20 papers by an international group of contributors examine mobile and autonomous computing, ad hoc and sensor networks, distributed transactions, distributed objects and middleware, dependability evaluations, and distributed fault tolerant and fault tolerant network algorithms.
The product features a new approximate delay mode function that increases simulator performance by 3 to 10 times and enhanced distributed fault simulation capabilities that yield even greater performance benefits based on the number of computers in the distribution network.
During the debate, he maintained the future will belong to fast packet and circuit switching, distributed fault tolerance, advanced data-voice compression, and modular packaging.
2 combines mainframe and distributed fault diagnostic capabilities into a single comprehensive solution.
Trillium software enhances these carrier-grade capabilities due to its scalable, reliable, and patented Distributed Fault Tolerant / High Availability stack architecture, also referred to as DFT/HA.
Cisco ICM software combines Pre-Routing(TM) and Post-Routing(TM) capabilities with an extensive management-reporting system and supports distributed fault tolerance to ensure the mission-critical reliability needed for customer interaction.
By implementing state-of-the-art, distributed fault management on a common platform, MTT and the other participating Aliant companies immediately saved more than $1 million in infrastructure setup and network operations costs," Crowley said.
It provides distributed fault and performance management, including automation capabilities from "managed" nodes rather than from a central NetView/6000.
Trillium SS7 software, designed with Distributed Fault Tolerance and High Availability (DFT/HA) Architecture, enables Bharti Telesoft's high-performing VAS network solutions to meet scalability and mission critical availability requirements (99.
These globally distributed faults have emerged as the most common tectonic landform on the moon.

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