David Voynow, Schneider Electric


Wireless January 1, 2010

New automation architecture puts the power at the device

Applying several computers to a single problem simultaneously is known as grid computing. Commonly used for scientific or technical challenges requiring a great number of computer processing cycles or simultaneous access to large amounts of data, a primary grid computing application is using software to divide and apportion pieces of a program among several computers.

By David Voynow, Schneider Electric
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