hardware division

hardware division

[′här‚dwer di‚vizh·ən]
(computer science)
Mathematical division performed by electronic circuitry on a large computer as a result of a single machine instruction.
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That leanness is meant literally: earlier this year, Microsoft cut the employment of 7,800 people, primarily in the phone hardware division, PCworld reported.
Microsoft's hardware division will reportedly bear the brunt
Sources have said that once Microsoft takes control of Nokia's hardware division, a licensing fee cut is imminent, as the company aims to compete with Android devices.
htm) told German newspaper Die Welt that the company's on-going strategic review could lead to the sale of RIM's hardware division or the sale of licenses to its software, among other options.
This makes implementing the SoC/ASIC design a painful process that requires more time-consuming design partitioning and added tool expense , said Zibi Zalewski, Hardware Division General Manager at Aldec, Inc.
Align Aerospace, which was the Aerospace Hardware division of Anixter International before becoming an independent company, has exhibited at FIA for many years," said CEO Richard C.
Hewlett-Packard, still reeling from an announcement earlier this year that it would spin off its PC division, saw its shipments fall by 16% in the fourth quarter of 2011 as customers wondered about the company's future — even after the company stated it would not spin out the hardware division after all.
Heywood Williams said its European hardware division and its PVC hardware business - making doors, windows and conservatories - increased sales by 37% to pounds 130m and more than double operating profits to pounds 10.
The group's European Hardware division is the market leader in the distribution of specialist doors and hardware to the window, door and conservatory markets, while its LaSalle Bristol division distributes lighting, plumbing and air products systems to the North American housing, recreational vehicle and modular housing markets.
Most recently, Lawrence was vice president of marketing, product development and customer service for Black & Decker's Baldwin Hardware Division.
Revenue from Unisys' computer hardware division grew 2% to $298m, but its operating margin fell to 8.
Before joining DMT, Ekberg was the national sales manager of the hardware division of the L.