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magnetic core memory

The earliest form of computerised data storage, in which each bit of information was represented by a change in the direction (clock- or counterclockwise) of a magnetic field. Magnetic core memory was replaced by semiconductors, which are several orders of magnitude more powerful.
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The risks and uncertainties include the company's ability to: expand beyond its core memory business in the embedded market, implement a business strategy that results in future growth and innovation, and continue to design differentiated products.
Additionally, the core memory technology in these chips is the basis for the accelerating rate of additional new product introductions addressing communications and networking applications that we anticipate in 2006," continued Volz.
Account specific programs are available providing retailers and e-tailers with innovative bundles of leading edge peripherals technology coupled with Kingston's core memory competencies.
Blomquist also stated, "Q-Dot has been a long-time extension to Simtek's design engineering community but with limited connection to the company's core memory business.
That's because these later computers don't require tricks to save RAM core memory, like overlaying '9 = Finish' triggers with unrelated data such as the 9999 date.
The global configuration will feature 8,704 processors with 27 terabytes of core memory.
In addition to its core memory business, Wintec distributes a wide variety of computer hardware including modems, CPUs, hard drives, networking hardware, video cards, motherboards and complete desktop and notebook systems.
In addition to its core memory module business, Wintec distributes a wide variety of computer hardware including modems, CPUs, hard drives, video cards and motherboards.
The database contains all logical, timing, physical and electrical information about the design and is resident in core memory during execution.