Researchers at Samara Oblast University in Russia and the University of Missouri have created an algorithm that uses a unique routing method to process big data 50% faster.
This would grant scientists rapid access to large, powerful data processing centers around the world without requiring supercomputers.
The Neighborhoods Method algorithm gives computers that require faster speeds to solve "high-precision calculations" the additional Internet support they need to find solutions.
The algorithm has four requirements to operate at its peak performance: there must be a particular bandwidth of the signal, speed of data transmission in Kbps, cloud storage, and the price of the cloud service.
Samara Oblast's Andrey Sukhov says researchers "need to exchange both textual information and high-resolution streaming video online. The technology that we offer will help them with this."
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