nonstop computer

nonstop computer

[¦nän′stäp kəm′pyüd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer system that is equipped with duplicate components or excess capacity so that a hardware or software failure will not interrupt processing.
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Before that appointment, Hal was VP of Platform Development for HP, responsible for Hardware, Operating System, manageability, and languages for NonStop computer systems.
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BASE24 software operating on Tandem NonStop computer servers provides a robust, scaleable solution to meet Shoppers Drug Mart's high-volume processing demands.
During the 1980s, NAVSUP augmented the UADPS-SP/U2 mainframe environment with what was referred to as Tandem NonStop Computers that were originally marketed to a number of private sector transaction-processing businesses.
ProLiant servers will also be the worldwide platform for Worldspan's e-commerce, e-mail and file print needs and will build on Worldspan's current use of Compaq Himalaya NonStop computers to process travel transactions.