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BUS

Abbreviation for Bartholin glands, urethra, Skene glands.
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bus

The hardware that controls the flow of commands between the main processor and other components—memory, peripherals, etc.

BUS

Abbreviation for:
Bartholin's, urethral, Skene's (glands)
biological units
buspirone
busulfan, see there
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Increasing integration onto the SBC platform has always been a characteristic of this market segment, and it goes hand-in-hand with the evolution of bus architecture technology.
Additionally, there are a growing number of real-time applications, such as video-on-demand and audio redistribution that require faster bus architectures. Today's software applications are more demanding of platform hardware, particularly the I/O subsystems.
Although it is relatively easy to satisfy hardware requirements in this regard, it is a different matter for selecting bus architecture. One must look at all the bus architecture components in terms of not only technology but also compatibility and depth of product offering.
Other more powerful PS/2s also use this bus architecture.
The company said that nlyte 5.0 includes power management and planning capabilities together with an open bus architecture that assists with managed integrations.
* A design for Intermediate Bus Architecture and Distributed Power Architecture in telecommunications, WiMAX, data processing, computing and storage applications that require a regulated 12-V distribution bus.
It is expected to be adapted, in time, for use in more general purpose computing environments, and even has the potential to be a replacement for PCI bus architecture in high-end servers and PCs.
This was done so that when users try to initialize communications they have something that they can read, something to set parameters on the bus, regardless of what type of bus architecture they're communicating over.
All of these will communicate via Allen-Bradley's ControlNet bus architecture, which is said to greatly simplify wiring.
Because there are tens of thousands of users who can't just get rid of their two-year-old multimedia PCs, and the performance I am describing applies to a single speed drive and the ISA bus architecture. You'll be in heaven if you use this technology with a triple speed or quadruple speed drive (coming to the market in Spring) and have a VESA bus in your PC (widely available right now) dedicated to your video subsystem where data can travel as fast as a presidential motorcade in an emergency situation on the cordoned-off lane.
The D-Link DXE-810S PCI Express 10GbE Adapter designed for the high-speed PCI Express bus architecture offers increased bandwidth, reliability, and additional functionality compared with standard GbE network cards.