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IRSR - Invisionix Roaming System Remote - Your own portable/invisible PC system. It was built by integrating existing Open Source components. This mobile metasystem utilizes the internet's web hosting resources and is accessed via any web browser enabled appliance from your home, work, school, library, cafes, etc. The Invisionix Roaming System Remote (IRSR) is a new metasystem from Invisionix Systems. This Open Source program provides its users with a personal PC capability that operates in a distributed WAN environment. The metasystem is built with PHP, Javascript, and mySQL. The IRSR is a personal, general purpose, and modular mobile PC system -- built by integrating existing Open Source components. This generic portable system can be installed anywhere in the world and used from anywhere in the world. The system utilizes existing web hosting companies and can be accessed from anywhere: home, work, universities/schools, libraries, friend`s place, cafes, kiosks, wireless, etc. All you need is a web browser, any computer/pda/misc-device, and an internet connection. The IRSR essentially allows its audience to use any Internet enabled device in order to access the full functionality of a virtual supercomputer, with practically unlimited processing and storage capacities, and at an embarrassingly low price. The IRSR through its built-in ability to utilize the many existing computer system architectures readily available on the Internet today, provides ultra high performance via its inherent use of the InternetĘs many computational resources. The concept is relevant to both loosely coupled systems based software applications and tightly coupled processor based applications. The metasystemĘs environment combines multiple administration domains, heterogeneous computing platforms and built-in security features. For more info please contact Ilon Dalon (id) or Dr. Sam (drsam)
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