The FifthGen STP Conversion Toolkit has been designed to assist users of Cluster Computers in the conversion of a computer program which is running successfully on a single processor server into a version that will run in whole or in part on a clustered set of processors. Compiling a program to execute on a clustered processor

requires that the program be modified similar to the changes needed to create an ‘embedded’ program.


Step One:

Review the code listing.


Step Two:

Using the FifthGen STP Conversion

Toolkit, the embedded version of a program can be created with minimum changes to the original source code. The Toolkit allows you to use filters and substitutes for system libraries wherever possible so that the original source code is preserved. This will make it easier to create an ‘embedded’ new version of updated programs.

     

 

 
 



The FifthGen Parallel Processor is
a tree-structured network of processors designed to provide significant performance improvement in the execution of very large time-consuming problems, such as speech recognition and pattern recognition. Earlier versions of tree-structured machines were first designed at Columbia University under DARPA contracts.

FGC's patented technology includes a novel method and system for interconnecting large numbers of microprocessors in an array formed as a binary tree... more



 



The FifthGen Patents: A High Performance Low Latency
Parallel Processor

 

Fifth Generation Computer Corporation is the owner of one US patent, two recently expired US patents which are incorporated by reference in the current patent and the rights to use two additional expired patents and related technology, all in the field of parallel processing. The Company also holds one European patent and one patent pending in the European Patent Office.

 

All of the Company's Patents and related software are available for license. Please email any requests for license information to tojones@fifthgen.com.

 

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