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Furthermore, occasionally connected computing architectures will enable companies to realize substantial productivity gains by deploying applications that are always up and always available when workers need them, where they need them.
As a leading driver of the InfiniBand architecture specifications, Intel foresaw the benefits that the InfiniBand architecture would deliver to blade computing," said Jim Pappas director of initiative marketing for Intel's Enterprise Platform Group.
SPI) today unveiled a breakthrough digital signal processor (DSP) architecture that removes the barriers to programming high-performance, massively parallel processors.
Although clustered storage is a departure from legacy SAN architectures, computing and application administrators already understand the nature and management of clustered solutions.
The PLX Adaptive Switch Fabric Architecture, therefore, was designed to eliminate the limitations of PCI ensuring that communications systems are continually operable.
Without this capability, architecture exploration can take up to several months.
Mark Ferelli: Speaking of systems, James, how do you at HP look at switched architectures for reliability, availability, and serviceability issues?
A mainstay in the embedded and information technology arenas, Power Architecture technology has tremendous growth potential in the automotive, networking, wireless and gaming markets, as well as emerging growth markets such as consumer appliances and industrial control," said Michael Paczan, chairman of the Power.
The present bus-based architecture is limited in its ability to handle the amount of data coming in.
The new VRaptor architecture has been designed from the ground up with the needs of media-intensive applications in mind," said Peter Hutton, senior vice president of engineering at ARC International.
The continued decline of storage technology costs, the emergence of high-bandwidth networking, and the development of access-dominated applications have led to the emergence of a series of new storage architectures, which--while they differ in design concept and technological approach--share the common characteristic of being integrated into the system architecture by means of general purpose networks rather than dedicated storage channels.
But in fact, only Bigness instigates the regime of complexity that mobilizes the full intelligence of architecture and its related fields.
Government agencies, departments and coalitions worldwide use SYSTEM ARCHITECT to design, visualize, analyze and publish business models and enterprise architectures that help them understand the relationships among their technology, processes and objectives, missions and capabilities.
In a world where new software applications are causing an exponential surge in the storage requirements of virtually every industry, it is some hat ironic that most storage management solutions rely on software architectures that are more than a decade old.
It also ensures that the architectures developed by NATO and other nations can be compared and related across multi-national boundaries.
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