Rugged, lightweight non-contact laser-based industrial gauging sensors are designed for numerous high performance applications in industries requiring fast, reliable and repeatable results, according to the company.
What does HPA stand for?
HPA stands for High Performance Application
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With industry leading bandwidth, low latencies, and price performance, it is no surprise that InfiniBand DDR has rapidly become the technology of choice for high performance applications.
High performance applications are said to be providing more opportunities for the elastomer industry.
Rayon performs quite well in this test, and hence is quite extensively used in Europe for high performance applications.
Part of the DB2 ICE solution, Voltaire Grid Interconnect solutions consist of InfiniBand-based hardware and software switching solutions that enable high performance applications to run on distributed server, storage and network resources.
The solutions enable high performance applications to run on distributed server, storage and network resources creating a virtual compute environment.
ASPEN supports features such as programmable interrupts, direct connection to internal registers, and streaming data, all to enable the design of high performance application engines using both processors and networks of hardware accelerators.
Gluecode JOE running on an Intel Itanium 2 processor-based server helps companies to rapidly deploy high performance applications with the potential for achieving a lower total cost of ownership than with proprietary technologies.