Applications Of Distributed And Parallel Computing

  • Distributed Generation Technologies - Applications and Challenges
    The practice of installing and operating electric generating equipment at or near the site of where the power is used is known as "distributed generation" (DG). Distributed generation provides electricity to customers on-site or supports a distribution network, connecting to the grid at distribution level voltages. The traditional model of electricity generation in the United States, which may be referred to as "central" generation, consists of building and operating large power plants, transmi Read More...
  • Hyperthreading In Nutshell
    The article summarizes the Hyperthreading technology as best as possible in just ten steps. 1. Hyperthreading (HT) is term coined by Intel for Simultaneous Multi-Threading (SMT). 2. Hyperthreading is meant for dual-core or multi-core processors like Pentium 4 with HT or Xeon MP. 3. The technology aims at better utilization of execution units in a processor which otherwise would be idle. 4. This technique is better than its predecessor Multithreading and Superthreading in the sense that in e Read More...
  • Dot Net Remoting
    Today’s enterprise is equipped with array of business applications running across LAN, WAN and public internet. Applications domains cannot remain dispersed for business that demands ad hoc needs. It is now crucial for enterprises to lay these applications out of black box and allow them to communicate seamlessly with each other under distributed environment. There exist several technologies and platforms, which permit interprocess communication across network, and one amongst them is “The .NET Read More...
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