Computer performance issues by Marvin Zelkowitz Ph.D. MS BS.

By Marvin Zelkowitz Ph.D. MS BS.

This is often quantity seventy five of Advances in pcs. This sequence, which started e-book in 1960, is the oldest continually released anthology that chronicles the ever- altering info know-how box. In those volumes we post from five to 7 chapters, 3 times in line with yr, that hide the newest adjustments to the layout, improvement, use and implications of machine expertise on society this day. during this current quantity we current 5 chapters describing new know-how affecting clients of such machines. during this quantity we proceed a subject provided final yr in quantity seventy two - excessive functionality Computing. In quantity seventy two we defined a number of learn tasks being performed within the usa at the improvement of a brand new new release of excessive functionality supercomputers.

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OCF provides maintenance for IBM equipment through IBM Global Services, with OCF acting as the first point of contact for complete projects. Maintenance options include service upgrades for in-warranty machines; extended maintenance for postwarranty machines; experienced technicians; and extensive parts distribution. ) are logged through the Hotline onto an electronic Call Management system. This in turn is set to escalate any calls that exceed the agreed time span. OCF can also run reports for specific problems, all customers with specific machines that have been notified with a problem, etc.

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