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Synonyms for quicksilver

a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element

liable to sudden unpredictable change

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[Some of the players covered in the study are BMC Software, HPE, IBM, Red Hat, VMware, Accenture, Adaptive Computing, CA Technologies, Cisco Systems, Citrix Systems, CloudBolt Software, Convirture, CSC, Dell EMC, Egenera, Embotics, GigaSpaces Technologies & Micro Fo]
Adaptive Computing is dedicated to increasing productivity through ease-of-use investments, and 9.1 delivered on a number of valuable improvements.
21 September 2016 - Naples, Florida-based enterprise software investment company ALA Services LLC has acquired Utah-based software platform provider Adaptive Computing Enterprises, the company said.
Editors Nedjah and Wang presnt readers with a collection of expert contributions on the theory and applications of reconfigurable and adaptive computing. The selections that make up the main body of the text have been organized in three main parts devoted to reconfigurable systems, network-on-chip systems, and systems codesign.
Part of this infrastructure is Adaptive Computing's Moab.
* Re-configurable FPGA modules available in a PMC or XMC format with multi-lane serial interconnects for high-performance algorithm acceleration and adaptive computing applications.
The secret of this success: the traffic signals in Ingolstadt are controlled by a new, adaptive computing algorithm that Audi developed in cooperation with partners at colleges of advanced engineering and in business and industry.
It's a layer of middleware that schedules jobs across large server clusters according to policies and service-level agreements.<p>With more commercial data centers using virtualization to spread work across pools of servers, those environments are starting to resemble the supercomputing clusters where Moab has its roots, said Cluster Resources President and COO Michael Jackson.<p>That led the company to introduce a new product, the Moab Adaptive Computing Suite, to target enterprises, government agencies and public cloud computing providers.
The device allows users to develop and store their own instruction set in the FPGA for adaptive computing applications.
Through their global technology collaboration, Fujitsu significantly contributed to the successful introduction of "adaptive computing," a capability of the SAP NetWeaver(R) platform.
Content will cover a range of topics, including intelligent robotic functions, embedded robotics, ambient intelligence, intelligent space, and the integration of robotics with information technology, cognitive science and adaptive computing. An annual subscription price has not yet been set.
HP has integrated some of its pre-merger systems software, and has made yet another pitch for its very vaguely defined adaptive computing promise.
"This area will definitely grow as we move towards more adaptive computing architectures," says Audrey Rasmussen, vice president of research at analyst group Enterprise Management Associates.
QuickSilver, whose "adaptive computing machine" (ACM) products are still in development, has entered into development agreements with companies and expects them to deploy devices in early- to mid-2003.
Many examples exist of adaptive computing, such as the simple properties of the jukebox in the context-aware bed (see www.media.mit.edu/context/), which knows what music a user will like at a particular time during the day by analyzing when the user has used it in the past.
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