contiguous data

contiguous data

[kən′tig·yə·wəs ′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data that are stored in a collection of adjacent locations in a computer memory device.
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3 SATA III RAID controller capable of streaming contiguous data to disk in real time at aggregate rates up to 3.
With support for the __huge data memory attribute, it's possible to handle more than 64Kbytes of contiguous data.
However, sampling oscilloscopes lack the ability to acquire contiguous data, and thus have no ability to perform the necessary pattern-based random and deterministic jitter decomposition.
Excel: Ctrl+* is a quick way to select a range of contiguous data.
As a complete visualization system, Silicon Graphics Prism was designed to address terabyte-sized, highly complex data as a single contiguous data set in memory.
Long-range server and storage requirements are being projected by examining new applications that are based on intensive computing that require large amounts of contiguous data movement.
Without resource coordination between VMs and host disks resource allocation bottlenecks occur and compound the effects of not having contiguous data.
3 SATA III RAID controller, the RTR 2729A is capable of streaming contiguous data to disk in real time at rates up to 4.
Zero space reclamation will also recover contiguous data blocks containing all zeros, affording additional space recovery for sparse databases and file systems.
Internap will lease the space from Sabey Corporation at its Intergate data center just outside Seattle, with a lease option that also includes an additional 30,000 square feet of contiguous data center inventory.
This results in more contiguous data, more rows per block, fewer chained blocks, flatter b-tree index structures and a very high number of extents per tablespace.
CareSuite Critical Care Manager also facilitates decision making with user-defined views; reduces transcription errors with device connectivity and quick access to data; reduces postoperative complications through a contiguous data view from the surgical experience; and supports the needs of all critical care areas, including adult, neonatal and pediatrics.