intersystem communications

intersystem communications

[¦in·tər¦sis·təm kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz]
(computer science)
The ability of two or more computer systems to share input, output, and storage devices, and to send messages to each other by means of shared input and output channels or by channels that directly connect central processors.
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TOCNET ICS equipment enables state of the art, on-platform intercommunications and is fully network enabled, bridging mission critical intersystem communications to large networks across the battlefield.
The first subject addressed was intersystem handoff, documented in the intersystem communications standard, IS-41, in 1988.
Intersystem communications can tie subsystems into an overall system with increased effectiveness.
The eCOG1 is a high-performance, low-power communications engine targeted at reliable intersystem communications.
In large-scale datacenter and cloud computing environments, complex enterprise applications and intersystem communications consume a major portion of computing cycles throughout the processing chain.
To meet these intensive requirements, Merrill Lynch deployed a highly scalable server cluster area network, which ensures that intersystem communications are optimized to provide consistent performance even under a heavy resource load.
Under the agreement, Insession's Intersystem Communications Environment (ICE) will run through Polaris's recently announced StarGate(TM) application gateway.
o Bi-directional InterSystem Communications (ISC), provides a full set of application services needed to build fully integrated application systems across a heterogeneous distributed network of mainframes and UNIX systems.