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bus architecture

[′bəs ′är·kə‚tek·chər]
(computer science)
A structure for handling data transmission in a computer system or network, in which components are all linked to a common bus.

bus architecture

A shared input/output pathway, typically between the CPU and peripheral devices. See bus.
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Additionally, there are a growing number of real-time applications, such as video-on-demand and audio redistribution that require faster bus architectures.
We are taking a phased approach to providing our market leading products in PCI Express form factor to ensure our customers flexibility in their choice of servers and server bus architecture.
Serial bus architectures also support a network of dedicated point-to-point device connections--versus the multi-drop architectures of parallel buses--to deliver full bandwidth to each device, eliminate the need for bus arbitration, reduce latency and greatly simplify hot-plug and hot-swap system implementations.
Serial ATA is the proactive evolution of the ATA interface from a parallel bus to a serial bus architecture.
It is incumbent on the system integrator or designer to select equipment, which will properly interface with all the nodes on the bus given a specific bus architecture.
0 combines a new, scalable service bus architecture and interoperable Web Mapping Services (WMS) with a flexible and open Web-based user interface.
From an architectural point of view, the faster-than-expected adoption of the intermediate bus architecture is driving sales of non-isolated point-of-load converters and bus converters, which are two of the fastest-growing dc-dc converter segments.
0 bus architecture with Double Date Rate technology, used AMD Opteron(TM) processors to set a new record for network bandwidth.
The controller supports the fast 133 MHz 64bit PCI-X bus architecture with maximum data throughput of 3 Gbits/sec per port.
Bus converter modules, which convert a 48V bus to a 12V rail for intermediate bus architecture applications and other isolated converters operating from 24V and 48V busses are included.