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BIPS

Billion (10^9) instructions per second. Same as GIPS.

BIPS

(Billion Instructions Per Second) See MIPS.
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The ensuing discussion between the team and BIPS teachers was also attended by Chancellor BMU, Prof Fariduddin Baqai and the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Zahida Baqai.
Another feature of BIPS is that it helps nonprofits account for and collect on realized planned gifts in a timely manner.
Joe Tumbarello, COO of FundsTech Corp, stated, "We are very excited to have BIPS and Zsofi Teleky join our growing group of Strategic Partners.
BIPS was formed by the founders of Copeland Burtnick Associates, Ltd.
Via BIPS, banks or borrowers can enter basic property and financing information for an immediate rate quote.
The Doculabs report also stressed the importance of a hosted BIPS solution, noting that Pitney Bowes docSense is one of the few companies that currently offers both software and hosted options.
RateLink(TM), a special program that allows bank clients to private-label the BIPS pricing engine for integration with their own website.
The new technology, which can be used by a payor whose bank does not use BIPS, is a first step toward enabling secure, spontaneous transactions over the Internet between parties unknown to each other.
In October of last year, Hitachi unveiled the very successful Skyline Trinium Eight Series -- the first server to break the 2 BIPS barrier -- and now Hitachi is first again with the new Trinium Nine Series, the only server on the planet to produce performance so colossal it approaches the 3 BIPS barrier.