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The grid

Refers to an interconnected network for delivering electricity from suppliers to consumers.
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As workloads change dynamically throughout the grid, so must storage.
Given the unique demands of the compute grid on its storage infrastructure, storage for the grid must be unusually flexible.
5] does not mention the absence of local cut vertices or that the grid must be conforming, however the definition of a grid in that paper is that it be a "simplicial complex coming from the simplicial decomposition of a connected 2D manifold" which implies these conditions.
Martin seems to finally accept the picture plane: she no longer tries to get under its (and our) skin, to needle her way into the surface as though inscribing the grid onto it, like a tattoo.
We're pleased to play an integral role in shaping the future of the Grid for commercial purposes.
While we often hear about WAP, Internet2 and other solutions aimed at expanding the reach and throughput of the Internet, The Grid is no less important, and in fact may play a significantly more critical role in computing's future.
Customers can start from a single server, and can add servers to the grid as they need more resources.
The combined knowledge and expertise brought by both GGF and EGA participants will create a strong, progressive organization to better serve the grid computing community at large," said Don Deutsch, president, EGA.
5 are vendor neutral, technology and implementation agnostic, and designed to be expanded as necessary to parallel the development of the grid marketplace.
The IBM(R) Grid and Grow(TM) Offering - provides an easy to deploy, integrated solution for customers interested in beginning the grid journey, helping them maximize the benefits of grid computing by leveraging their existing investment while laying the foundation to expand to more robust implementations as they are ready.
NetAlter which is based on a patent pending "Information, Communication and Computational" (ICC) technology will provide users with the option to share their local resources on the NetAlter GRID and in return receive a proportionate amount of supercomputing power from the GRID to run their NetAlter based applications.