data break

data break

[′dad·ə ‚brāk]
(computer science)
A facility which permits input/output transfers to occur without disturbing program execution in a computer.
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Headquartered in Wyoming, Green House Data breaks ground this year on a new 35,000 square foot cloud and colocation facility in Cheyenne, with phase one slated for completion by the first quarter of 2014.
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The Welsh data breaks down the amount paid under the Single Farm Payment, the single subsidy which replaced a raft of payments from the beginning of last year.
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