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Veena Sarda
What is meant by NUMA (Non Uniform Memory Access)
By Veena Sarda in .NET onSep 25 2013
  • Veena Sarda
    Sep, 2013 25

    NUMA refers to the computer memory design choice available for multiprocessors. NUMA means that a processor has memory attached to it directly (local memory) and also has connection to memory that is attached to other processors (remote memory). It will take longer to access some regions of memory than others.

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