Cambridge Distributed Computing System

Cambridge Distributed Computing System

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Origin: United Kingdom
Category: Workstation
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: Motorola 86000
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia: Cambridge_Distributed_Computing_System
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 1980’s

Cambridge Distributed Computing System – an early discontinued distributed operating system, developed in the 1980s at Cambridge University.

The Cambridge Distributed Computing System has played an important role in improving the quality of communications and opened a new way in which computing systems could be used for getting better results. Research in this area started in around the year of 1975

Security in this system is increased which is providing many types of benefits and trust of users is also increasing. This system is gaining popularity among users due to its fast speed and security. Until 1977 professionals at The Cambridge Distributed Computing System had installed computing and made a lot of research for implementation of a new and advanced system in communications.

A distributed operating system (DOS) is an essential type of operating system. Distributed systems use many central processors to serve multiple real-time applications and users. As a result, data processing jobs are distributed between the processors.

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