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buffering

the action produced by a buffer.

buffering agents
amongst other uses these substances play a part in dairy cattle nutrition by helping to prevent damaging ruminal acidity on high grain rations. Sodium bicarbonate and magnesium oxide are the preparations most commonly used.
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The FLEx72 dual-port bolsters our industry-leading portfolio, which already includes QDR-II memories for packet buffering, the Ayama(TM) Network Search Engines for packet forwarding and classification, and FLEx36(TM) dual-port memories for inter-processing buffering and queuing.
In many communications applications using linecard switching architectures, high-density multi-ported memories are used for data packet buffering between the backplane interconnect and the data port.
18 micron-based Pentium III processors feature the Advanced Transfer Cache and Advanced System Buffering to deliver higher performance than earlier versions based on 0.
OTC:CTIG) today announced that its UK subsidiary, CTI Data Solutions Limited, has been selected by Telecape of South Africa to market its Ethernet buffering technology to the UK market.
The high slew rate, low power consumption, and rail-to-rail operation of the EL5421C make it an ideal choice for TFT-LCD (Thin Film Transistor Liquid Crystal Display) voltage buffering applications as well as many other general-purpose applications.
Critical features such as full 32-bit color rendering, multiple textures and textures as large as 2048x2048, bump-mapping, full-screen anti-aliasing and stencil buffering deliver unmatched gaming performance and compelling 3D images.