A high-performance 3D graphic processing technology and symmetric multi-processor technology providing secure processing.
What does SMP stand for?
SMP stands for Symmetric Multi-Processor
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 526 other meanings of SMP in our Acronym Attic
- Support and Maintenance Package (software)
- Surface Mount Power
- Surface-Mount Package
- Survival Multi-Player (video game)
- Sustainability Management Plan (various locations)
- Sustainable Manufacturing Performance (Nike)
- Svensk Maskinprovning AB (Swedish Machinery Testing Institute)
- Switching Module Processor
- Symantec Management Platform (software)
- Symbolic Manipulation Program
- Symmetric Multiprocessing
- Symmetrical Multi-Processing
- Synchronous Multiprocessing
- System Management Processor (Hitachi SONET OC-192)
- System Marginal Price
- System Mechanical Performance
- System Modernization Plan
- System Modernization Program (of SSA)
- System Modification Program
- System Monitoring Protocol (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The NAG SMP Library, recently updated to Mark 21, which is used by some of the world's most prestigious supercomputing centers was produced to enable developers and programmers to make optimal use of the processing power and shared memory parallelism of Symmetric Multi-Processor (SMP) or cache-coherent non-uniform memory access (ccNUMA) systems.
To compensate for this difference, Chelsio's compatible adapters for Scalable Networking Pack will allow optimal TCP/IP protocol processing on Windows symmetric multi-processor (SMP) systems and free the CPU for application computing requirements.
Unlike single, large-scale symmetric multi-processor (SMP) solutions, like Sun's E-Series servers, capacity can be added without any downtime.
High-performance computing clusters (HPCC) combine multiple Symmetric Multi-Processor (SMP) computer systems together with high-speed interconnects to achieve the raw-computing power of classic "big-iron" supercomputers.
In addition to supporting three generations of Itanium processors, NEC's system has the ability to run applications written for all generations of Itanium and can be configured as separate partitions or as a single symmetric multi-processor.
The new version features support for symmetric multi-processor (SMP) systems and the ability to support data mining in a "client/server shared discovery environment.
The Express platform can be configured as separate partitions or as a single symmetric multi-processor.