NonStop/spl reg/ advanced architecture

@article{Bernick2005NonStopsplRA,
  title={NonStop/spl reg/ advanced architecture},
  author={David Bernick and Bill Bruckert and Paul Del Vigna and David Garc{\'i}a and Robert Jardine and Jim Klecka and Jim Smullen},
  journal={2005 International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN'05)},
  year={2005},
  pages={12-21}
}
For nearly 30 years the Hewlett Packard NonStop Enterprise Division (formerly Tandem Computers Inc.) has produced highly available, fault-tolerant, massively parallel NonStop computer systems. These vertically integrated systems use a proprietary operating system and specialized hardware for detecting, isolating, and recovering from faults. The NonStop advanced architecture (NSAA) uses dual or triple modular redundant fault-tolerant servers built from standard HP 4-way SMP Itanium/spl reg/2… CONTINUE READING
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