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access time

the amount of time required for a computer to retrieve data from its disk drive.
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Motorola's Fast Static RAM Division specializes in very fast cache memory components and modules, with access times of less than 15-nanoseconds, in both CMOS and BiCMOS process technologies.
Netli is positioning itself to be a standard purchase for any enterprise looking to provide fast global access times for Web applications, content or files that are dynamically generated or infrequently accessed from a central data center.
Yet every bit of it is completely available to end users through their normal file browse and search utilities with remarkably short file access times that range from less than a second to about a minute.
TM), the established pioneer in introducing innovative flash drive solid state disk storage solutions, today announced they are joining efforts in identifying and resolving application input/output (I/O) and access time bottlenecks by deploying a best of breed, highly efficient integrated solid state disk (SSD) and storage management software solution.
Broad ranges continue to exist within all four parameters and some obvious access time and cost gaps remain within the hierarchy.
For applications that don't need such fast access times, some versions in the HM62V16102I and HM62A16102I series have a 35-ns access time.
The chip features an asynchronous random access time as short as 70ns, making it the fastest 32 Mbit Flash chip available for the industrial temperature range.
The access time was measured using a 4-megabit (Mb) core; smaller cores can produce faster access times.
Common for all the products will be access times of less than 3.
AMD (NYSE:AMD) today introduced the Am29PL320 flash memory device with the industry's widest databus and with page access times as fast as 20 nanoseconds.

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