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|English term or phrase: exotic|
The important point when articulating balanced performance on zSeries is to highlight the fact that zSeries is optimized, not simply with exotic CPU processing algorithms and architectures, but rather a combination of CPU, memory, I/O and network processing at extremely high bandwidths.
(articulating here means explaining to client)
does exotic mean unusual and strange, or does it have another more technical meaning?
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R. A. Stegemann
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