FOXBORO LC100SSP7 Data Processing Model


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FOXBORO LC100SSP7 Data Processing Model

The LC100SSP7 distributed parallel data processing model includes Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP), Massively Parallel Processing (MPP), and Cluster Systems (RMC and NUMA).RMC (Mapped Memory Cluster) is a clustered system with memory replication capabilities and memory transfer mechanisms between nodes and communication links. With the link modules of the System Area Network (SAN), the highly modular structure of the distributed integrated system is able to support efficient interactions between distributed processors and memory.

The LC100SSP7 is a viable solution is to use packet-based signalling over many independent point-to-point connections, which solves the problem of bus bottlenecks. The core stage consists of a set of core processors, memories, and I/O controllers that are interconnected. The new single-chip microcomputer has shorter communication links, easier access and shorter data transfer times than off-chip memory on the same board.

The atomic level (A-module) of the compact board architecture of the LC100SSP7 system model includes processors for specific and general purposes. Minimal and efficient real-time systems for data acquisition and control can be based on standard PC MBs with single, dual or triple core processors. There is a limit to the number of processor modules on the same bus. Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) is the basic software model used for multiprocessors.