distributed processing


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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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Over the last few months this technology has been utilized by select organizations around the world, as AccessData worked to finalize its development, and today distributed processing is available to all AccessData customers.
Xoomsys is developing a scalable, distributed processing solution for accurate large-scale circuit simulation using both industry-standard circuit simulators and cost-effective Linux computing clusters.
Building on the powerful tools available in Intergraph's earth imaging solutions, including TerraShare(R), ImageStation OrthoPro and ImageStation PixelQue, the entire ortho workflow can be achieved in a distributed processing environment - increasing throughput and reducing computation time.
CallMiner's VSR, a patent-pending distributed processing software technology, leverages the existing unused computer processing power of Comcast's call center PC's and servers to process all recorded calls for use by CallMiner's Analytics Suite.
Scientists and engineers familiar with the highly sophisticated functionality of MATLAB already understand the value of distributed processing and naturally embrace the need to maximize all of an organization's compute power to accelerate and expand research.
GSPx 2005 will cover embedded applications for automotive, biomedical, distributed processing, entertainment, image processing, radar imaging, security, speech processing, telecommunications, video and wireless.
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