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architecture

The science and art of structural design and construction supervision.
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This capability changes the role of the Internet in application architectures.
The Nitro platform marks the first ever InfiniBand Architecture based server blade design and provides a framework that delivers the full benefits of server blades.
Bill Dally, co-founder, chairman and chief science officer for SPI added, "When we began our research 12 years ago, we quickly realized that traditional architectures were running out of steam.
To protect against unplanned downtime events chassis-bound architectures rely on a complex system of proprietary backplanes, interconnects, and processors.
has announced its powerful new PLX Adaptive Switch Fabric Architecture that provides the communications infrastructure with unprecedented high availability, scalability and preservation of investment.
VLIW architectures have proven to be an optimal target for today's C compiler technology.
Brian Reed: Even though today's systems are highly reliable, there are some nuances of problems that you see in shared-based architectures.
03--and the Power Architecture Platform Requirements (PAPR) specification.
All PCI-based architectures, also know as "shared bus architectures," are able to handle communications with only one device at any given time, creating contention between network devices.
ARC International (LSE:ARK) today introduced a new architecture that will meet the high definition (HD) media processing requirements in a wide array of consumer devices.
The cost of storage technology was sufficiently high to encourage the development of storage-efficient architectures and applications and to constrain the scale of storage growth to a level that could be implemented internally.
The humanist expectation of "honesty" is doomed: interior and exterior architectures become separate projects, one dealing with the instability of programmatic and iconographic needs, the other--agent of disinformation--offering the city the apparent stability of an object.

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