binary compatible

binary compatible

(1) Any data, hardware or software structure (data file, machine code, instruction set, etc.) in binary form that is 100% identical to another. See binary compare.

(2) An executable program that can run without change in a different hardware platform (CPU).
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The core also provides the same C-friendly programmer's model and is binary compatible with existing Cortex-M processors.
Chelsio WireDirect provides direct network access to user space and is binary compatible with existing TCP and UDP sockets applications.
Airplay is designed to address the problem head-on with a deployment architecture that defeats fragmentation by maintaining a binary compatible version of the same game across multiple run-time environments and handsets, significantly speeding time to market for publishers, at lower cost.
MULTI also features the 100 percent binary compatible INTEGRITY simulator (ISIM), which enables programmers to develop and test their target processor code on a PC or Unix workstation without Intel IXP2XXX network processor hardware and a real-time EventAnalyzer and ResourceAnalyzer, which give users a view of system and user events in a graphical display.
Customers can choose from a broad spectrum of integration services ranging from basic factory integration to solution design and lifecycle management, while receiving seamlessly integratable systems that are binary compatible across Sun's product portfolio.
It'll offer Itanium-based workstations, but, says Dixie Fisher, SGI's Product Marketing Manager, Desktop Products, "we plan to stay with our 'differentiated' architectures, and keep them binary compatible with our high-end systems.
Embedded NT 4 is binary compatible with NT 4 Service Pack 5 according to Microsoft.
5, the latest binary compatible and Year 2000-compliant version of its UNIX operating system.
0, which is also fully customizable, users are able to write macros using various scripting language supported by Microsoft Windows and also allows users to create binary compatible applications using the MultiCAD API fir C++ and .
As a result of having worked closely with SCO on Unix back in 1993 Sequent says SCO UnixWare applications will run on UnixWare ptx - the two operating systems will be source and binary compatible - although programs will need to be optimized to take advantage of Sequent's architecture.
While these processors are largely binary compatible from a CPU-instruction standpoint, significant micro-architectural differences make it critical for compilers to generate instruction streams specifically optimized for each type of processor.