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Synonyms for grid




Synonyms for grid

a pattern of regularly spaced horizontal and vertical lines

a system of high tension cables by which electrical power is distributed throughout a region

a perforated or corrugated metal plate used in a storage battery as a conductor and support for the active material

an electrode placed between the cathode and anode of a vacuum tube to control the flow of electrons through the tube

a cooking utensil of parallel metal bars


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Beyond the acceleration of large-scale computing tasks, grid computing allows for the dynamic assignment of workloads to the most efficient resources for the job, so a large number of tasks run more effectively.
This paper will primarily consider triangular and tetrahedral grids that are conforming, and quadrilateral and hexahedral grids that are conforming or 1-nonconforming.
United Devices has a strong history of success in accelerating academic research through our market-leading grid solutions," said United Devices Director of Business Development and Strategic Relations, Piush Patel.
5 incorporates compute and data grid enhancements, including advanced caching mechanisms that increase data grid performance.
Martin's work suggests that the grid is an intellectual defense against instinct (nature), an instinct that early in her career threatened to disrupt it.
IBM Ready for Grid is both a program and a process that ensures an application is capable of executing and realizing benefits from running in a grid computing environment.
In the first step of what many hope will be a march toward widespread adoption, IBM has announced several new products that seek to spread the commercial applications for so-called Grid Computing.
United Devices has announced support for the new Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA) standards specification effort.
451 GARS Report Examines the Evolution of Grid Computing and Enterprise Deployment Dynamics Across Various Vertical Markets
While Sun and Voltaire have collaborated for quite some time to deliver high performance clusters and grids to customers worldwide, we are very pleased to take the next step by announcing the global agreement," said Mark Favreau, president and head of worldwide sales for Voltaire.
Grid networks are comprised of many computing clusters located in geographically disparate locations that are typically connected via 10 Gigabit Ethernet WAN links.
Extends and Automates Capabilities of Leading Grid Provisioning & Virtualization Solutions to Deliver Unprecedented Data Center Efficiency & Resource Utilization
AppLogic converts existing commodity servers into scalable shared grids that are easy to manage.
Oil and gas companies were early adopters of grids, but their deployments had progressed little beyond those applications for which they were originally procured," said William Fellows, Principal Analyst at The 451 Group.