XTS-400

The XTS-400 is a multi-level secure computer operating system . It is multi-user and multitasking that uses multilevel scheduling in processing data and information. It works in networked environments and supports Gigabit Ethernet and Both IPv4 and IPv6 .

The XTS-400 is a combination of Intel x86 hardware and the Secure Operating System Operating System ( STOP ) . XTS-400 was developed by BAE Systems , and originally released as version 6.0 in December 2003. Read More…

Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation

The Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC) is an American nonprofit organization that aims to “produce, establish, maintain and endorse the standardized set of performance benchmarks for computers. [1]

SPEC was founded in 1988. [2] [3] SPEC benchmarks are widely used to evaluate the performance of computer systems; the test results are published on the SPEC website. Read More…

SPECpower

SPECpower_ssj2008 is the first industry-standard benchmark that evaluates the power and performance characteristics of volume server class computers. It is available from the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). SPECpower_ssj2008 is SPEC’s first attempt at defining server power measurement standards. [1] It was introduced in December, 2007. [2] Read More…

SDET

SDET is a benchmark used in the systems software research community for measuring the throughput of a multi-user computer operating system.

Its name stands for SPEC Software Development Environment Throughput (SDET), and is packaged along with Kenbus in the SPEC SDM91 benchmark. Read More…

Princeton Application Repository for Shared-Memory Computers

Princeton Application Repository for Shared-Memory Computers (PARSEC) is a benchmark suite of multi-threaded emerging workloads that is used to evaluate and develop next-generation chip-multiprocessors . It was collaboratively created by Intel and Princeton University to drive research efforts on future computer systems. [1] [2] Since its inception the benchmark continues to be improved by a wide range of research institutions. [3] PARSEC is available and is used for both academic and non-academic research. [4] [5] [6] Read More…

Evaluation Insurance Level

The Evaluation Insurance Level (EAL1 through EAL7) is an international standard in the field of credit and security. to achieve Common Criteria certification. The intent of the higher levels is to provide greater confidence that the system’s main security features are reliably implemented. The EAL level does not measure the security of the system itself, it has been tested. Read More…

BAPCo consortium

BAPCo , Business Applications Performance Corporation, is a non-profit consortium (founded in 1991) with a charter to develop and distribute a set of performance benchmarks for personal computers based on popular software applications and operating systems.

BAPCo’s current membership includes Acer , ARCIntuition, ChinaByte, CNET , Compal Electronics , Dell , Hewlett-Packard , Hitachi , Intel , Future Center LC, Lenovo , Microsoft , Western Digital , Wistron , Samsung , Sony , Toshiba , Zol. Read More…

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