Distributed Data Processing

The processing of information in separate locations equipped with independent computers. The computers are connected by a network, even though the processing is geographically dispersed. Often a more efficient use of computer processing power since each CPU can be devoted to a certain task. A LAN is the perfect example of distributed processing.

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