CLIENT-SERVER COMPUTES ARCHITECTURE SAVES COSTS AND ELIMINATES BOTTLENECKS

Phiroz P. Darukhanavala, Michael C. Davidson, Timothy N. Tyler, Frank T. Blaskovich, Curt Smith BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. Anchorage Workstation, client-server architecture saved costs and eliminated bottlenecks that BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. experienced with mainframe computer systems. In 1991, BP embarked on an ambitious project to change technical computing for its Prudhoe Bay, Endicott, and Kuparuk operations on Alaska's North Slope. This project promised substantial rewards, but

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