By Karen S Mistry
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It means that both parties have to use the same communication protocol interface, in order to initiate and conduct symmetrical network conversation. The underlying architecture can be either two-tier for individuals and relatively small numbers of users, or three-tier for medium and large numbers of corporate SMSE users. The enterprise networks have early recognised the advantages of this low-cost networking alternative. Internet and many similar public networks are offering common information services, very much similar to common consumer services, just like electricity, water, phone and other communal services.
They implement loosely coupled, parallel, or mesh-computer architecture, in an attempt to eliminate SMP bottlenecks. It allows Massive Parallel Processors (MPP) supper-servers run some hundreds, even thousands of processors simultaneously, such as Fujitsu AP 1000+, T3D or Connection Machine CM-5 for instance. This contemporary server architecture provides solutions to two key issues: Increased availability. g. approx. 999 reliability. Highly dependent on associated costs, it may range from conventional to high, either fault resilient, or fault tolerant levels.
They include specific hardware and software implementing a networking protocol. The NOS or Network Operating System provides basic network connectivity by default. In general, connectivity protocols are divided into three groups: media, transport and client-server protocol. For instance, Ethernet and FDDI are media type protocols. Internet connectivity on the other hand is based on TCPIIP transport protocol. Among client-server protocols the prominent ones are NetBIOS, and Advanced Program-lo-Program Communication (APPC) protocol.
An introduction to spoken Setswana by Karen S Mistry