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The need for the advent of multiprocessor systems:

  • People want things done faster and faster. For multiprocessor systems, each processor runs at a lower frequency as compared to the single processor, and different instructions are executed at the same time. In effect, the advent of multiprocessors led to the improvement of general performance as compared to using a single core processor.

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