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cache

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a memory mechanism used by a computer to accelerate access to information.

cache

[kash]
(in computer technology) a fast storage buffer in the central processing unit or hard drive used to increase the amount and speed of data processing. Also called cache memory.

cache

A storage area on a PC’s hard drive where the browser temporarily stores web pages and/or graphic elements.
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The Z-STAR 433VL systems feature a 33 MHz Cyrix 486SLC microprocessor with internal cache memory for highly cost-effective 486-class computing power.
When running business and multimedia applications, the 32KB internal cache and 512K pipeline burst cache boost system performance and enable users to take full advantage of Windows 95 Plug and Play capabilities.
The SQ400 block includes internal caches to reduce system memory traffic, and requires minimal processing support from the host CPU.
The CX92745 also includes an integrated ARM vector floating point unit, large internal caches, and high-speed DDR2 memory to maximize multimedia and graphics processing capabilities.
Most of today's products have internal buses and internal caches, which bottleneck data transfers.
The MOCA-J accelerator combines direct bytecode execution, internal caches, and the ability to run at a higher clock frequency than a handset's application processor to execute J2ME and Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) software significantly faster than can software-only Java virtual machine implementations; multimedia and data processing algorithms are sped up as much as several hundred times and overall application execution will be sped up as much as twenty times.
The internal caches of the R3041 allow slower memory components to be used, further reducing system cost.
The unit is set in an upright mobile cabinet and uses computer touch screen technology to provide people with a range of information about the UK via the Internet and from internal caches.

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