parallel access

parallel access

[′par·ə‚lel ′ak‚ses]
(computer science)
Transferral of information to or from a storage device in which all elements in a unit of information are transferred simultaneously. Also known as simultaneous access.
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The purpose of using multi-channel memory is to exploit parallel access to memory, while avoiding bandwidth loss due to wide DRAM data buses.
Mavroyiannis will go to Ankara and Ozersay to Athens, reflecting the provision in the joint declaration empowering the negotiators to have parallel access to all stakeholders and interested parties in the peace process as needed.
The appointed representatives are fully empowered to discuss any issue at any time and should enjoy parallel access to all stakeholders and interested parties in the process, as needed.
When the appliance mode is disabled, IGEL thin clients also allow parallel access to other centralized IT infrastructures such as IBM mainframes, Windows Remote Desktop Services or other cloud services.
The licensing agreement also covers additional IBM interfaces, including FlashCopy, Multiple Allegiance, Parallel Access Volumes (PAV), Dynamic PAV, and HyperPAV, which are supported on EMC Symmetrix systems.
We will be connecting the new system to our site-wide file system solution to enable global parallel access to our existing Panasas storage.
The license will help Hitachi be better positioned to support clients who want the benefits of IBM's industry leading Global and Metro Mirroring capabilities, z/OS Global Mirror, FlashCopy, Parallel Access Volumes (PAV), and GDPS functions in an environment that includes IBM TotalStorage products as well as enterprise storage products marketed globally by Hitachi Data Systems as the Hitachi Universal Storage Platform Series, including its OEM and co-branded variants.
This function, along with Parallel Access Volumes, enables the ESS to process a high number ofI/Os in parallel, helping to dramatically improve performance for zSeries servers and enabling greater use of large volumes.
Shark incorporates IBM unique technology such as Parallel Access Volumes (PAV), currently unavailable in competing systems from EMC and Hitachi Data Systems.
6-mile roadway with parallel access for pedestrians and cyclists.
The Parallel Access Volume feature lets the Shark array clone popular disk volumes and spread the data requests across those clones.

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