Non-Uniform Memory Access

<architecture> (NUMA) A memory architecture, used in multiprocessors, where the access time depends on the memory location. A processor can access its own local memory faster than non-local memory (memory which is local to another processor or shared between processors).

Last updated: 1995-11-12

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