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The goal of Enterprise Architecture is to improve the efficiency of capital investment in all its forms: human/intellectual, organizational, and technical.
Today's enterprises benefit from the deployment of clustered processing and application architectures with dramatically increased uptime and resilience, configuration flexibility, and immediate scalability.
Reference Architectures are a real boon to IT managers who are considering solutions for a specific business problem.
Lautenbacher, ordered the creation of a functional architecture depicting the agency's myriad observing systems.
Some inspired TV producer should make every effort to get the authors of this fall's major architecture releases a guest spot on a daytime talk show because they've got a lot to chat about.
In the last couple of centuries, architecture has had a relationship of love and hate to engineering and technology in general.
The Power Architecture Developer Conference was created to provide technical education and industry interaction across a wide range of interests and applications, from automotive SoC architectures to supercomputing applications.
There is no question that Department of Defense and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff directives have increased the development of operational and systems architectures.
Today's centralized architectures require persistent connectivity.
The Nitro platform demonstrates the intersection of two very complementary technologies: InfiniBand I/O and blade servers -- an innovative combination well suited for future dense server architectures.
However, multi-core architectures have not been successful at accelerating individual embedded DSP applications.
Clustered processing and application architectures have been proven to improve uptime and resilience, configuration flexibility, and make it possible to increase capacity as needed.
The switch fabric architectures for implementing these solutions are the enablers for new high-performance communications and network products.
New Wireless Standards and Video and Multi-Media Applications Demand Very High-Performance, Next-Generation VLIW DSP Processor Architectures
Our favorite new acronym is RAS (Reliability-Availability-Serviceability) of storage architectures, and I'd like to identify some of the more serious RAS issues that a switched architecture can solve.
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