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SSI

Abbreviation for:
Scale for Suicidal Ideation
segmental sequential irradiation
severity score index
single-strand initiation
Social Services Inspectorate, see there 
somatic symptom index
standard spending indicator 
stuttering severity instrument
surgical site infection 
symptom severity index
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A single-system image reduces time to insight and makes a computer much more efficient and powerful by providing global shared access to all the system resources.
The Altix 4700 continues to shatter world records in performance, speed and scalability; it is the leading single-system image platform available," said Giovanni Coglitore, senior vice president and chief products officer at SGI.
A single-system image capability can reduce "time to insight" and make a computer much more efficient and powerful by providing global shared access to all the system resources.
March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Silicon Graphics/Cray Research today announced that the 128-processor CRAY(R) Origin2000(TM) system recently installed at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) is successfully running a wide range of technical applications in a single-system image environment (SSI).
A 64-processor Origin2000 system scored a SPECfp_rate95 peak result of 11,984 and a SPECint_rate95 peak result of 8,021, exceeding the reported performance of any other single-system image (SSI) computer on the market.
The Aspect Office also features reporting tools that provide a single-system image of the network for consistent tracking of contacts, allowing companies to respond immediately to changes in traffic volume and workflow.
LSF clusters all of the CPU resources in a network into a single-system image, ensuring that the cumulative processing power is used to maximize efficiency and productivity.
PerformanceWorks NaviPlex allows Canada Life to capture single-system image performance management, which is critical to its parallel sysplex environment.
o Single-System Image -- OPUS eliminates the need for users, software developers and system administrators to know which processing node is operating on data, providing centralized control through a graphical console.
Because it's a clustering e nvironment, Beowulf doesn't have the capacity for sharing memory through a single application," he observed, "we currently, with Irix, scale single-system images into terabyte space.

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