balanced computing

balanced computing

(jargon)
Matching computer tools to job activities so that the computer system structure parallels the organisation structure and work functions. Both personal computers and employees operate in a decentralised environment with monitoring of achievement of management objectives from centralised corporate systems.

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By leveraging energy-efficient system-on-a-chip (SOC) technology, a dense, converged form factor and highly flexible fabrics, HP ProLiant Moonshot provides high-speed connectivity between cartridges, as well as balanced computing with maximum throughput and memory to improve performance and compute efficiency.
ARM is pitching the concept called "Big.Little" in which lower-power cores are mixed with high-performance cores to provide balanced computing. For example, a smartphone could have high-performance cores to handle demanding applications, with low-power cores to handle lower-level tasks like phone calls.
A balanced computing engine, on the other hand, may not peak so high, but often has a broader range of applications that run acceptably well because it is easier for software developers to write code for them.