NUMA steps into the spotlight

Songini, Marc
September 1997
Network World;09/01/97, Vol. 14 Issue 35, p20
Trade Publication
Focuses on Boeing Co.'s deal with Sequent Computer Systems Inc. to buy Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA)-based servers and related services. Projected benefit of NUMA for Boeing; Description of NUMA; Comparisons with symmetrical multiprocessors; Functionalities and capabilities of NUMA.


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