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central processing unit (on a computer).
CPU Abbreviation for:
central processing unit (!) (Medspeak-UK)
chest pain unit
contracts and purchasing unit (Medspeak-UK)
CPU Central processing unit Computers The hardware that comprises the 'thinking' part of a computer; the simple-minded often equate the CPU to all the electronic circuitry in the box containing the hard and floppy drives. See Computer.
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In the 2003-2004 period, CPU
manufacturers saw performance improvements significantly below that forecast by Moore's Law, as the move from 130nm to 90nm proved more difficult than anticipated.
014 sec CPU
utilization of central server: 99% Operating system central server: Solaris 8 RDBMS: Oracle 9i R/3 Release: 4.
Install the CPU
and RAM from the old motherboard onto the new motherboard.
Servers able to auto-adjust to continuously changing CPU
and memory needs will become as widely accepted as the current "cascading servers" methodology.
Today we can buy a server with one or more 3GHz CPUs
, and a number of disk drives that still get about a 5ms access time.
Channel Adapters (CAs)--devices that terminate a link; execute transport-level functions to CPU
nodes and I/O nodes.
After all, we revealed key details of this CPU
in our April 1999 issue (available online at www.