What Is Fabric Computing?

May 30, 2022

Fabric computing is a set of interconnected nodes (processors, memory, and peripherals) that design-wise resemble a weave or a fabric. Fabric computing enables the creation of systems with massive concurrent processing capable of solving huge computing problems, such as the delivery of cloud services. Another common name for fabric computing is unified computing.

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