high core

high core

[′hī ′kȯr]
(computer science)
The locations with higher addresses in a computer's main storage, usually occupied by the operating system.
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When there is a high core sand input, the clay level should be maintained slightly on the high side to enable already activated clay to coat the incoming sand, reducing the need for large bond and water additions.
Altix UV will meaningfully transform high performance computing by drawing on large memory capacity, high core count and scalability of our new forthcoming Nehalem EX processors.
Altix UV will meaningfully transform HPC by drawing on large memory capacity, high core count and scalability of our forthcoming next generation Intel[R] Xeon[R] processor-based server platform, for the expandable server segments (codenamed Nehalem-EX).
The ratings reflect SoCal's healthy financial performance, high core market penetration, competition for transportation volumes from interstate pipelines and good gas supplies.
e-Dialog possesses a set of high core values and understands the need for truly personalized communications.
Multi-chip, multi-core, high-density application processing plane designed for high core density, performance upgradability, and core-based virtualization
With new technologies like SSD and high core count hardware becoming available, it is essential that MySQL take full advantage - and our Fractal Tree technology does exactly that.
Since GPUs provide high core count and floating-point operation capabilities, high-speed InfiniBand networking is required to connect between the platforms in order to provide high throughput and the lowest latency for GPU-to-GPU communications.
Due to their high core densities and low cost, Tesla GPU solutions are one of the fastest-growing technologies in the High Performance Computing industry.
When encountering high core sand influxes, no new sand is needed in some cases.
An innovative approach to multithreaded compute performance that balances dedicated and shared compute resources to provide a highly compact, high core count design that is easily replicated on a chip for performance scaling
In addition, soft-switch architectures allow rapid feature development and high core networking flexibility.

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