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  • noun

Synonyms for grid

grating

network

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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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At the end of January, Big Blue announced ten new Grid offerings targeting key industries, including aerospace, automotive, financial markets, government, and the life sciences.
451 analysts found that investment banks see the compute grid issues as largely 'solved' and the challenge as moving beyond this.
Section 2, including Chapters 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 (Grid Computing Technology-An Overview, Desktop Grids, Cluster Grids, HPC Grids, Data Grids), gives details of Grid Computing technology, using different processing architectures.
Chapter 1 is an executive summary for the smart grid market.
5 is comprehensive grid software that provides wide area access to processing, data, and application resources in a single, uniform operating environment.
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.
The IBM Ready for Grid Computing validation is an important endorsement of the iGrid Intelligent Storage Grid architecture and Crosswalk's commitment to ensure organizations around the world experience substantial benefits by implementing grids in critical business processes to achieve both business and technology benefits," said Jack McDonnell, Crosswalk's founder and CEO.
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IBM and the other project leaders encourage computer owners worldwide to consider joining in and donating their spare processing power for this worthwhile project to develop a new generation of drugs to combat smallpox," said Tom Hawk, general manager, Grid computing for IBM.
HP views the Grid as an important strategic space and a key component of the HP Adaptive Enterprise, which helps enterprises become agile and simplifies their access to global enterprise computing solutions," said Greg Astfalk, chief scientist, office of strategy and technology, HP.
Likewise, since May 1999, Saab Automobile AB has been using Sun's free ONE Grid Engine to create a pool of 100 Sun workstations for external aerodynamics and other CFD simulations.
Sensors for Smart Grid Maintenance: Opportunities for Current & Voltage Sensors
There exists an unconstrained Hamiltonian path in any conforming triangular grid with no local cut vertices (previously known result).
This campus Grid will enable applications that were previously relegated to dedicated computer systems to run much faster on hundreds, and eventually thousands, of computers in various departments and campus computer labs.
While we often hear about WAP, Internet2 and other solutions aimed at expanding the reach and throughput of the Internet, The Grid is no less important, and in fact may play a significantly more critical role in computing's future.