RISC-based system


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RISC-based system

A computer system that uses a RISC CPU such as a SPARC, PowerPC or MIPS chip. See RISC.
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The Itanium processor family is designed to compete in the market segments currently served by RISC-based systems.
On this configuration, UnixWare 7 blazed to a peak performance score of 6504 jobs per minute -- far ahead of any Intel processor-based system and better than many RISC-based systems.
Kingston designs and builds more memory for major Intel and RISC-based systems than anyone in the world.
When run on AMD Opteron processor-based systems, CoolTime (power integrity analysis), PhysicalStudio (power and signal integrity optimization) and Columbus (the industry's most accurate RLC extractor) have all displayed performance increases greater than threefold when compared to traditional RISC-based systems.
Kingston designs and builds more memory for Intel- and RISC-based systems than anyone in the world.
5, providing customers with access to high-performance RISC-based systems capable of supporting high-end NT applications.
That is why we switched from RISC-based systems to Itanium 2-based DP systems to help design car ventilation systems.
Since the introduction of Power Macintosh in mid-March '94, Apple has become the largest manufacturer of RISC computers -- having shipped more RISC-based systems than all other RISC computer manufacturers combined during the past year.
The Itanium 2-based servers have enabled us to better utilise the computer resources at our disposal by significantly shortening the simulation time in comparison with the RISC-based systems previously in use.
The systems, which boast a tremendous increase in performance over previous models, outperform all 32-bit RISC-based systems on the market, according to audited TPC/A performance benchmarks.