What is Cluster:
Cluster is the hispanization of the term of English origin cluster, which translates as "cluster", "set" or "cluster". Currently, its use is very common in different areas such as computing, science, the business world and even the artistic-cultural world.
Cluster in computing
Cluster refers to the set of computers interconnected by means of a high-speed network, which operate as if they were a single computer. This allows access to a computer with greater power and speed, suitable to fulfill certain functions.
The term is also applied to describe a section of the hard drive, made up of contiguous sectors where information is stored.
Cluster in the business world
In the business field, cluster refers to a set or conglomerate of companies in the same branch interconnected with each other within the framework of a territory.
Organized in this way, companies compete with others in the same sector applying various strategies, such as increasing production, supporting new companies or controlling opportunism, among other things.
Cluster in the sciences
The word cluster is frequently used in science to refer to groups or clusters of different elements. Thus, for example, a cluster of genes, a cluster of atoms or molecules, a cluster of stars, and more can be mentioned.
Known as art cluster, this expression designates a form of organization of artists connected in a network, whose purpose is to disseminate access to free culture and disseminate artistic values without borders. The term was coined in 2011, derived directly from its computer meaning.