cluster controller


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cluster controller

[′kləs·tər kən‚trōl·ər]
(computer science)
A control unit to which several peripheral devices are assigned.

cluster controller

A control unit that manages several peripheral devices, such as terminals or disk drives.


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Thus, broker destinations computed by a cluster controller are valid only within that cluster and are cleared prior to routing the event to another cluster.
The 3276 small cluster controller is built into the same cabinet as a 3278 terminal.
Cluster Controller is a product developed at the Cornell Theory Center and licensed by MPI Software Technology, Inc.
With the clustering capability included, the total price of the hardware/software combination starts at less than $3,000 for cluster controllers and less than $1,700 for cluster nodes.
Unique to the M-Cellaccess base station is its speed of installation and use of a building's existing telephone or data cabling to achieve the communications link back to the GSM cluster controller.
ODS) (NASDAQ-NNM: ODSI) announced a new 1094-IBM-CC cluster controller module at the Networks Exposition in Boston, Mass.
The BARR/CHANNEL product, available for Microsoft(R) SNA Server and for IBM(R) Communications Server for Windows NT(R), emulates a locally-attached 3174 cluster controller and can be used in a variety of applications.
Mykola Moroz, President and Chief Executive Officer of Digi International, said, "DigiBoard's EPC/X cluster controller product, a high-performance 224-port asynchronous subsystem connectivity solution, and the DigiBoard X/em, a high-performance 64-port asynchronous connectivity solution, will enable the DECpc XL Server line to be a more powerful multiuser platform.
The SBus C/X and SBus EPC/X are high-performance cluster controller systems offering cost-effective ways to add from 16 to 896 users to multiuser and networked systems via asynchronous serial ports.
14, /PRNewswire/ -- DigiBoard, a division of Digi International (NASDAQ: DGII), announced that its C/X System cluster controller products have been certified by Novell as compatible with NetWare, giving up to 512 remote users per server the ability to simultaneously access LAN services as if they were attached locally.
5 include the Xem family of expandable, intelligent boards; the C/X and EPC/X cluster controller systems; and the AccelePort, an intelligent serial port board for remote access applications.
Xiotech, which has just released distributed array controllers, believes that the future of virtualization is to cluster controllers to increase the size of virtual arrays.