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CMPTComputer Science (course)
CMPTCompartment
CMPTCompute
CMPTClinical Microbiology Proficiency Testing (University of British Columbia; Canada)
CMPTCentre for Marine and Petroleum Technology (UK)
CMPTCertified Manual Physical Therapist (North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy)
CMPTconsequence management planning team (US DoD)
CMPTClube Manager Portugal
CMPTComposite Technology
CMPTConventional Marine Propulsion Training
CMPTCommon Mode Power Transfer
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Neckar computes the number of these patrols at upwards of twenty thousand.
He computes the value of the jewels at not less than half a million sterling.
An enterprise compute grid requires transparent access to a similarly dynamic and scalable pool of storage.
Sun foresees "technical compute farms" -- the architecture created using Sun Grid Engine software -- as the platform of choice for high-performance computing.
BARCELONA, Spain & SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing([R]), global provider of integrated systems and services that enable telecom equipment manufacturers to rapidly deploy Next-Generation Networks (NGN), today announced a new high performance bladed compute system based on the company's venerable Flex21[TM] CompactPCI (cPCI) platform.
These scale-out approaches typically employ single or dual processor compute nodes in a 1U configuration that facilitates rack-based implementations.
SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing([R]), global provider of integrated systems and services that enable telecom equipment manufacturers to rapidly deploy Next Generation Networks (NGN), today announced the launch of a new AdvancedTCA (ATCA) bladed compute system designed to address the common networking requirements of telecommunications network elements.
This scattering and gathering of data partitions is time consuming and susceptible to program errors or compute node failures, making the overall process difficult to manage.
Virtualization significantly decreases up-front capital expense, as well as long-run operational expense, because there are simply fewer boxes to buy and manage, and compute resources can be managed as a consolidated pool, rather than on a box-by-box basis.
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