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Multiprocessing computing has emerged as the only viable way of addressing a vast assortment of very high-performance DSP applications.
Dell is an excellent source for customized multiprocessing server solutions because of its ability to speak directly to customers to custom configure server solutions.
It has been very carefully designed to be an industrial-strength multiprocessing machine.
We are pleased to be working closely with Tricord Systems to ensure that OS/2 for SMP fully exploits the multiprocessing architecture of Tricord's PowerFrame enterprise servers," said John Soyring, division director of IBM's Personal Software Products division.
The multiprocessing server platform and server management software capabilities demonstrated today were developed in direct response to real-world customer requests and requirements," Passovoy said.
ARC's multiprocessing solution has been implemented in many applications to date, including applications that feature as many as 128 ARCtangent processor cores.
The AMD Athlon MP processor is a seventh-generation x86 processor designed for high- performance multiprocessing servers and workstations.
Brainshare attendees viewed the Tricord ES5000 Enterprise Server performing the multiprocessing technology demonstration in the Brainshare Lab running a prototype version of Novell's phase one DPP implementation.
Designed for the power of future Intel IA-64 Itanium processors, the ES7000 is based on Unisys revolutionary Cellular MultiProcessing (CMP) architecture.
Novell's Multiprocessing Technology, and to New Compute, Disk and
With the announcement of our new 300 MHz TigerSHARC processor, Analog Devices delivers on its promise, reaffirms our TigerSHARC processor's position as the premiere architecture for multiprocessing applications, and extends its industry lead in DSP performance.
Based on Intel's new one-Gigahertz Processor, the CompactPCI Atlas-C and VMEbus Atlas-V provides built-in support for symmetric and real-time asymmetric multiprocessing.

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