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core memory

[′kȯr ‚mem·rē]
(computer science)
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Item 2: Asus Chromebook with 4GB core memory - Asus C200MA-EDU2
This original narrative paradigm of liberation from slavery is the core memory within Jewish identity, repeated liturgically in the annual observance of Passover and renewed powerfully at the time of the destruction of Jerusalem and the Jewish exile to Babylon.
Any collection considering itself comprehensive in computer history needs CORE MEMORY.
Weisberg also attributes "large magnetic core memories" to SAGE, whereas Forrester invented the magnetic core memory at MIT as part of the Whirlwind Project.
Core memory, which was a mere 4 kilobytes back in the 1960s, has expanded, while hard drives are able to store programs that used to be fed into the instruments on paper tape.
Hynix's commitment to creating a development engine built on best-in-class tools and flows is a testament to its leadership and strategic vision for driving future growth of its core memory business and Korea's semiconductor industry.