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megabyte

A unit of digital size, corresponding to one million (106) bytes (sometimes, 1024 kilobytes).
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Equipped with 64 Mbytes of DRAM, the video subsystem features a maximum resolution of 2048 x 1536 (24-bit color), and provides 2D/3D video acceleration with OpenGL and Direct-X support.
The Seagate ST1 Series can hold up to 90 hours of high-quality music files (128 Mbytes), its time-to-ready is 2.5 seconds or less, and its unique rugged design will change the reputation of 1-inch hard drives, helping music players withstand the abuse that hand-held devices take.
The CP-2 also features: a Pentium 800-MHz processor 128 Mbytes RAM, 20 Gbytes hard drive, a 1024 X 768, 15.1-inch LCD SVGA color display a Profibus DP communications card and software Windows 2000 Professional, DG-2000 Group Controller software, and panel or NEMA 12 enclosure mounting configurations.
The Unisys ES7000 tested as a database server was configured with 32 Intel Pentium III Xeon 900-MHz processors with 2 Mbytes of cache, 12 Gbytes of memory and 128 Mbytes of level-three cache (16 Mbytes in each of eight ES7000 server pods).
Along with the fastest version of the 128-Mbit SDRAM, Infineon is introducing PC133 CL-2 unbuffered DIMMs in the organizations 8Mx64 (64Mbytes), 16Mx64/16Mx72 (128 Mbytes) and 32Mx64/32Mx72 (256 Mbytes).
The Eltron P520 features a USB interface, 32-bit processor, 4 Mbytes of image memory, and an advanced laminating station.
It features 32 Mbytes of DRAM with error detection and correction (EDC), 16 Mbytes of 64-bit FLASH memory, 512 Kbytes of Boot Prom and 512 Kbytes of cache.
To run DAQtionary2000, a user needs a PC with a 486 or greater processor, a Windows 95/98/2000/NT/3.1 operating system or Macintosh operating system 7.0.1 or higher, and 16 Mbytes of RAM.
The emergence of 32-bit micro-processors with up to 8 MBytes of memory and as much as 5 MIPs accounts for decreased cost/performance as these workstations replace mainframes.
Introduced in 1997, 2eSST provides a significant performance improvement and is capable of achieving sustained data transfer rates of up to 320 Mbytes per second in a full chassis of up to 21 cards.
The SI-C6713DSP-PMC features a 300 MHz TMS320C6713 DSP, up to 256 Mbytes of SDRAM, and an expansion site for a family of multifunction I/O modules for test/measurement and control applications.