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byte

(bīt),
A group of adjacent bits, commonly 4, 6, or 8, operating as a unit for the storage and manipulation of data in a computer.

byte

[bīt]
the amount of memory required to encode one character of information (letter, number, or symbol) in a computer system; it is normally 8 bits. See also bit.

byte

A set of 8 binary bits, a unit for measuring computer memory and storage capacity.

byte

Computers A set of 8 binary bits, a unit for measuring computer memory and storage capacity. See Bit, Computers, RAM.
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At 3GSM, the company is also showing Font Fusion and Bitstream Panorama core mobile font technologies.
Bitstream Panorama provides a sophisticated line layout solution for complex scripting languages within the small footprint required for mobility - enabling mobile providers to expand their reach to the worldwide marketplace with one solution.
Bitstream Panorama enables developers to draw strings of characters and lay out complex lines of text, including the composing, positioning and rendering of text.
and International Typeface Corporation agreed to pay the full amount of the award and dismiss their appeal if Bitstream agreed not to appeal the Court's award set forth in the Court's May 17, 2006 Order.
All of us at Bitstream are gratified to receive the inaugural On Demand Best of Show Award for Digital Publishing.
Companies with high-volume, Web-to-print implementations will benefit from enterprise-level, mission-critical features and centralized administration," comments Costas Kitsos, Vice President of Engineering at Bitstream.
Font Fusion remains the font rendering engine of choice for worldwide developers who need a small, fast font engine capable of displaying high-quality text," stated Anna Chagnon, President and CEO of Bitstream.
Industry research cites that one of the main reasons mobile browsing has yet to take off on a large scale is because subscribers find that current offerings still don't feel like the 'real' Internet," said Anna Chagnon, President & CEO of Bitstream Inc.
mPhase, a pioneer in the delivery of interactive video services over telecommunications networks, is deploying the mPhase TV+ System in Russia, using the Bitstream technology as a platform for Cyrillic characters incorporated in the on-screen electronic programming guide (EPG).