extended memory


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extended memory

one of the methods for using memory in excess of 1 MB.
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0 protocol, while others are written to use extended memory via XMS protocol.
Where a straight software solution to RAM cram may utilize extended memory, it often consumes a good chunk of RAM doing so.
Neither kind of 80386 upgrade board uses any memory previously installed on the computer and neither requires separate expanded or extended memory boards.
Hardware improvements include an extended memory space, expanded BYNET v5 on InfiniBand, and a faster twelve-core processor.
Tego is leading the definition of memory structure for extended memory RFID tags for the Air Transport Association (ATA).
Nevertheless, it also works as an extended memory for your smartphone, while the hub authorizes you to share your images, videos or any of your other data seamlessly within two or more flash drives or memory cards using just your smartphone.
Teradata Intelligent Memory (TM) creates the industry's first extended memory space beyond cache that significantly increases query performance and enables organizations to leverage in-memory technologies with big, diverse data.
The Intelleflex XC1 chip is the only EPCglobal Certified UHF Gen 2 chip offering 60 kbits of extended memory.
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New Extended Memory Feature for ioMemory SDK Breaks Through DRAM Capacity Limitations for In-Memory Performance with Less Complexity for Application Developers and Lower Cost to Customers
Our technology platform's extended memory and range capabilities enable new applications and markets, providing significant value for our customers.
Lot 1: extended memory system emc A VMAX by at least 38.
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