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SIMM

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(computer science)
A printed circuit board that holds several semiconductor memory chips and is used to add memory to a computer. Acronym for single in-line memory module.

SIMM

SIMM

(Single In-line Memory Module) An earlier printed circuit board that holds memory chips and plugs into a SIMM socket on the motherboard. See memory module.
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SIMM has a notable history in research and we look forward to working with their scientists as they expand their drug profiling activities'.
Shenzhen offers the most sophisticated as well as the most technologically advanced mold manufacturers worldwide and this expertise will be on display at SIMM.
This marquee event is jointly organized by SIMM, Global Sources' Robotics China and the Shenzhen Robotics Association, and will feature industry experts, as well as leaders from robotics suppliers, system integrators and user companies.
Now in its 16th year, SIMM has continuously showcased world-class exhibitors and machinery in Shenzhen.
On April 24, Simms sent texts to a family member and was seen throwing bricks at the family car.
A little informal research on Simms helps explain his essentialist position.
Messer and Simms seem to have matured and just care that their twins Aliannah and Aleeah are happy and healthy.
Nowadays," Simms said, "if you want to work in TV, you're going to pick.
Simms ended the game with six tackles, one interception and a pass defended to complement his 102 yards receiving and 169 on returns, earning an ecstatic response from head coach Gerry McManus.
23, 1914, Simms served in the Army during World War II and then joined the American Council on Race Relations in Chicago, working as director of public relations for several years.
WHEN speeding driver John Simms repeatedly refused to stop and evaded attempts to box him in, a police driver forced his car into the central crash barrier on the M42 at Solihull.
Although the origins of hospice are somewhat unclear, Simms said the actual term comes from the Latin word "hospis," which means "host and guest.