Information power grid: The new frontier in parallel computing?

@article{Leinberger1999InformationPG,
  title={Information power grid: The new frontier in parallel computing?},
  author={W. Leinberger and Vipin Kumar},
  journal={IEEE Concurr.},
  year={1999},
  volume={7},
  pages={75-84}
}
ASA’s Information Power Grid is an example of an emerging, exciting concept that can potentially make high-performance computing power accessible to general users as easily and seamlessly as electricity from an electrical power grid. In the IPG system, high-performance computers located at geographically distributed sites will be connected via a high-speed interconnection network. Users will be able to submit computational jobs at any site, and the system will seek the best available… Expand
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