Monthly Archives: January 2010

The Highly Adaptive Global Supercomputing Grid

The Highly Adaptive Global Supercomputing Grid (HAGSG) is uniquely different from most Supercomputers; primarily due to its multitasking design and privately distributed footprint. Supercomputers like the Tianhe-2, built by NUDT and Inspur, and the IBM Sequoia, along with many others built by Sun

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The World Wide Vector (WWV)

The World Wide Vector (WWV) is a disruptive technology replacement of the Internet. Over the past few years, evidence has surfaced publicly exposing the many problems that exist in the Internet. Everything from data scavengers and hackers to more skilled “interlopers”

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