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distributed processing

[distrib′yətid]
Etymology: L, distribuere, to distribute
a combination of local and remote computer terminals in a network connected to a central computer to divide the workload.
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This in turn has led IPFlex to focus on creating a distributed data processing systems in which large volumes of data are processed effectively on terminal ends, including cameras.
Client/server computing is a form of shared or distributed data processing in which tasks and computing power are split between servers -- usually networked microprocessor-based systems -- and clients -- usually workstations or PCs.
With 20 years of experience covering technology, Dix joined IDG in 1980 as an assistant editor of executive newsletters covering distributed data processing for International Data Corp.
The turmoil in the computer industry created by low-cost, high-performance hardware and numerous connectivity options has placed Interface in the middle of the expanding Distributed Data Processing market.
With this release, users will find easier deployment and enhanced management of their desktops, making it possible for them to take full advantage of distributed data processing.
This software incorporates the latest developments in interface design, networked and distributed data processing, and data integration.
When HP branched into business computing in the 1970s with the HP 3000 midrange computer, the company launched a new era of distributed data processing, taking computing power out of computer rooms and making it accessible to people throughout an organization.
The jury found that Wang's distributed data processing system patent is valid and that CFR had infringed the Wang patent.
DataMirror has been a strategic partner for the past two years, supporting our customers' distributed data processing requirements," said Mike O'Meara, Director of Technical Marketing at J.
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