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    Short for Non-Uniform Memory Access, a type of parallel processing architecture in which each processor has its own local memory but can also access memory owned by other processors. It’s called non-uniform because the memory access timesare faster when a processor accesses its own memory than when it borrows memory from another processor.

    NUMA computers offer the scalability of MPP and the programming ease of SMP.