What isprocessor complex

Processor Complex, also known as Central Electronic Complex (CEC), is a collection of hardware components that work together to form the mainframe. It consists of CPU(s), memory, channels, controllers, and power supplies. Some CECs even have data storage devices like IBM’s Multiprise 2000 and 3000.

Processor Complex also stands for Consumer Electronics Control, which is a feature that allows control over multiple devices with just one remote.

FAQs

What is Central Electronic Complex (CEC)?

Central Electronic Complex is a collection of hardware components that work together to form the mainframe, consisting of CPU(s), memory, channels, controllers, and power supplies.

What is Consumer Electronics Control?

Consumer Electronics Control is a feature that allows control over multiple devices with just one remote.

Conclusion

Processor Complex (CEC) is an essential component of a mainframe that enables multiple hardware components to work together to perform various functions. Additionally, it is the feature that enables controlling multiple devices with just one remote.

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