benchmark test

benchmark test

[′bench‚märk ‚test]
(computer science)
A test of computer software or hardware that is generally run on a number of products to compare their performance.
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CIS Benchmarks Testing: Having achieved CIS certification for its Kubernetes benchmark, Aqua now provide detailed information on each benchmark test success/failure to provide teams with remediation information.
In another benchmark test, the S1 software running in a VMware ESXi Server with only two nodes, achieved 500,000 IOPS with no altering of the AFA hardware.
A positive start saw the benchmark test 43,000, falling shy by a mere seven points before profit-taking and selling pressure erased intra-day gains.
The proposed algorithms are compared with existing similar algorithms based on benchmark test functions and the handwriting character recognition system which developed by our group.
Tribune News Network MES Indian School achieved top marks in the International Benchmark Test (IBT) 2016 conducted by the Australian Council of Education and Research Limited.
In this benchmark test, a simple rectangular container was designed to simulate a piston compression condition with which the theoretical solution could be derived.
The Galaxy S6 Active was also (https://gfxbench.com/device.jsp?benchmark=gfx40&os=Android&api=gl&D=Samsung+SM-G891A&testgroup=info) spotted running Android Nougat on a popular benchmark test. There is currently no word on an update timeline for the Galaxy S6 Edge +.
After implementing Flash Networks web optimization solution, Safaricom achieved a mobile performance benchmark test conducted by P3 Communications, an independent network testing and measurement company.
The final piece of the "Picture Perfect Lighting" system is Roberto's "lighting benchmark test", a brilliant method for determining the quality of the light in any given situation.
Developed by China's National University of Defense Technology, Tianhe-2, works at speed of 33.86 petaflops (1000 trillion calculations per second) as confirmed in a benchmark test. Its main rival, the US designed Titan, had a speed of 17.59 petaflops per second, the survey said.
As a result, the new system is 40 percent faster than the FXT 3500, the company's previous top performer on the SPECsfs2008 NFS benchmark test, and is far less costly than flash-only solutions.
"We have two goals with this latest benchmark test," said Mike Kazar, CTO, Avere Systems.