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serial

[sir′ē·əl]
Etymology: L, series, row
pertaining to a succession, arrangement, or order of items.

serial

(sē′rē-ăl) [L. series, row, chain]
In numerical order, in continuity, or in sequence, as in a series.

serial

part of a series.

serial homology
see serial homology.
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By combining Serial Attached SCSI technology and the small 2.
The FBI's definition of serial killing makes no reference to underlying motivation, behavior, and psychological characteristics.
The Podtrac Media Planner has been designed to enable advertising agencies to easily, quickly and from one location learn about and share information about podcasts and serial video appropriate for their advertiser's brands," said Robert Freeland, CTO and Co-Founder of Podtrac.
Serial Attached SCSI, the successor to the parallel SCSI interface, leverages SCSI functionality and features while expanding SCSI's proven performance, scalability and reliability for enterprise storage.
Dave Reinsel, Hard Disk Drive Research Manager at IDC, said, "When Serial Attached SCSI enters the enterprise storage market in 2004, it should carry the robust reliability for which SCSI is well known.
Our work with Agilent extends our own tools and enables multi-gigabit serial I/O design to the mainstream system design community.
Storage systems based on Serial Attached SCSI can support online mission-critical and midline and nearline business-critical applications.
1), making it a good fit for any networked environment with shared serial peripherals.
With the PICkit Serial Analyzer, Microchip continues to provide engineers with low-cost, easy-to-use development tools that will help them to design using PIC([R]) microcontrollers.
Serial ATA Tunneled Protocol (STP): The method by which a SAS host makes a connection to a Serial ATA drive, when using a SAS expander
Like all of SST's products based on SuperFlash technology, the new serial flash devices feature small sector erase capability.
These include the SEEVAL([R]) 32 Serial EEPROM Designer's Kit (Part # DV243002), which enables quick and easy development of robust, reliable serial EEPROM-based applications.