Commodity Hardware is standard affordable devices that are compatible with other similar devices. These devices are often networked together in a process called commodity cluster computing. This approach allows more available computing components to be used for parallel computing to get the maximum amount of useful computation at a low cost. This is possible without purchasing complex supercomputers.
Commodity Hardware is based on standardized computing components because the standardization process helps reduce costs and reduce differentiation between vendor products. Standardization and reduced differentiation reduce hardware costs. The main principle is that it is better to have more low-cost equipment running in parallel than a small amount of high-performance, expensive equipment.
With Commodity Hardware, you can achieve maximum savings when designing your IT infrastructure.