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Altman, Erik ; Architecture and Performance, IBM Research Division, USA ; Sathaye, Sumedh

This issue of the IBM Journal of Research and Development focuses on exploratory systems. As the name suggests, exploratory systems cover a wide range of cutting-edge technologies that will make future systems better: faster, lower-power, more reliable, more expandable, easier to use, easier to design. The systems in question span a wide range from small embedded devices such as those found in cell phones, washing machines, and animal-tracking collars to installations with thousands of processors and petabytes of storage for handling large databases or for large-scale simulation.

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:50 ,  Issue: 2.3 )