multiprocessing system

multiprocessing system

[‚məl·tə′prā‚ses·iŋ ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
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1 backplane networking, while the PENTXM2's VITA 38 intelligent platform management interface (IPMI) enables ease of scaling into a multiprocessing system.
The Conduction-cooled 800 MHz 7447A Multicomputer is a COTS multiprocessing system for use in extreme environments.
As there is supposedly no latency penalty it is more akin to a conventional symmetric multiprocessing system than a ccNUMA system.
Charlie's expertise includes data analytics, database management, distributed systems, multiprocessing system architecture, services-oriented architecture, multi-tier architecture, multimedia, and agile development.
Functioning as a system master processor blade in a CompactPCI multiprocessing system, the device supports hosting of hot swap peripherals.
vSMP Foundation creates a single virtual symmetric multiprocessing system (SMP) by combining multiple commodity servers and enabling multiple physical systems to function as a single logical system.
WOLVERINE[TM] DSP, a finalist in EDN's 20th annual innovation awards for best multiprocessing system, is the hearing industry's first 90nm monolithic DSP system.
Our customers need high-end large memory symmetric multiprocessing system capabilities without the historically high costs and proprietary design usually associated with these types of solutions," said Keith Fischbach, president of Padova Technologies.
Unisys, long a price/performance leader in high-end Intel processor-based systems, is continuing this trend by bringing true enterprise class functionality to the Linux environment, to large scale multiprocessing systems based on both Intel Xeon processors MP and Itanium2 processors.
announced a new modular multiprocessor system at last month's Supercomputing '96 in Pittsburgh that extends the performance envelope of symmetric multiprocessing systems.
The PowerPC architects paid particular attention to defining PowerPC Architecture details, making it flexible and scalable, thus providing plenty of room for growth across a varied family of processors suitable for a wide range of designs--from high-performance, multiprocessing systems to handheld computing devices.
Intel is also said to be preparing to launch another long-awaited part - the Profusion chipset for building eight-way multiprocessing systems, based on technology Intel acquired fifteen months ago from Corollary Inc (CI No 3,258).

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