Parallel Database Systems in the 1990's


CPUS are becoming faster and faster, with no short-term end in sight. As a result, we seem to be reaching a point where only a few relatively inexpensive CPUS are needed to keep a herd of disk drives busy. As has always been the case, disk speeds are improving at a slower pace, although RAID technology may help in this regard. The panel will explore what… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/191839.191929


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@inproceedings{Carey1994ParallelDS, title={Parallel Database Systems in the 1990's}, author={Michael J. Carey}, booktitle={SIGMOD Conference}, year={1994} }