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About Parallel and Distributed Computing 2018-2019

Welcome to the premier destination for Parallel and Distributed Computing Projects in Chennai. At 1 Crore Project Centre, we take pride in offering a diverse range of innovative projects tailored for the years 2018 and 2019. Our projects encompass various facets of parallel and distributed computing, including cloud computing, multi-core processors, and network optimization.”

Our team of experienced professionals and researchers is dedicated to providing you with hands-on experience in the field of high-performance computing. Whether you are a student looking to enhance your academic portfolio or a professional seeking to expand your knowledge, our 2018-2019 projects offer a unique opportunity to delve into the fascinating world of distributed systems and algorithms.”

1 Crore Project Centre Chennai is your gateway to exploring the latest advancements in Parallel and Distributed Computing. With a commitment to excellence and innovation, we invite you to join us on a journey where you can immerse yourself in projects that push the boundaries of technology. Discover the power of parallel processing and distributed computing by embarking on projects tailored specifically for 2018-2019.

Parallel and Distributed Computing

  • Parallel computing deals with the development of programs where multiple concurrent processes cooperate in the fulfillment of a common task.
  • Distributed computing deals with the development of applications that execute on different computers interconnected by networks.
  • Distributed computing in local networks is also called cluster computing while in wide-area networks we nowadays talk about grid computing. In the World Wide Web, web services implement globally distributed applications.
  • A distributed system is a network of autonomous computers that communicate with each other in order to achieve a goal.
  • The computers in a distributed system are independent and do not physically share memory or processors.
  • They communicate with each other using messages, pieces of information transferred from one computer to another over a network.
  • Messages can communicate many things: computers can tell other computers to execute a procedures with particular arguments, they can send and receive packets of data, or send signals that tell other computers to behave a certain way.