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VIA
The abstract model of a user-level zero-copy network used for standardize the interface for high-performance network technologies
HPC
It is a definition used to describe systems characterised by high computational performance or high speed of output data generation
InfiniBand
The standard of the open serial multichannel I/O interface with a high speed and a short latency time
NDR
It is a version of InfiniBand with the highest transmission rate
SETI@Home
It is a volunteer project which purpose it to analyze radio signals, searching for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence etc. Anybody can participate in SETI@Home program.
Twinax
A type of coaxial cable with two conductors instead of one. Used in a short-distance high speed applications
GAMMA
It is a low-latency protocol for Gigabit Ethernet clusters running Linux
RDMA
The technology that allows computers in a network to exchange data in main memory without involving the processor, cache or operating system of either computer
iWARP
The extended version of the VIA for IP networks
Cluster
A set of connected computers that can be viewed as a single computer system
SCTP
It is a transport-layer protocol similar to the UDP and TCP protocol
Lockstep
It is a technology that uses replicated, fault-tolerant hardware components that process the same instructions at the same time.Developed by the Stratus ©
SOA
It is a style of software design where services are provided to the other components by application components, through a communication protocol over a network
Beowulf Cluster
A computer cluster that consists of identical off the shelf computer connected within a small LAN with installed libraries allowing it to perform parallel computations
MPI
It is a specification for the developers and users of message passing libraries.