memory location


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memory location

(storage)
A byte, word or other small unit of storage space in a computer's main memory that is identified by its starting address (and size).
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Caching is a familiar method used in microprocessors to mitigate performance and capacity differences between frequently used memory locations and less used memory locations.
Other key features include: a duplex speakerphone, with a battery-powered amplified speaker for both talk and monitor modes; three preprogrammed, one-touch speed-dial numbers; and repertory memory dialing with 10 memory locations and 23 digits per location.
Program is fast, error-free and can independently manage up to 999 memory locations.
5 billion memory locations per second," continued Kahan.
At least theoretically, a 64--bit operating system can store data in up to 264 memory locations.
Once the machine's operating perimeters are established for a product, the information is stored in one of the 240 product memory locations, allowing one-button recall of machine setups for the specific product run.
Features include 99 alphanumeric speed dial memory locations and nine one-touch speed dial locations.
4 ounces and has 200 alphanumeric memory locations, 10 last-number memory options, memory scroll and a simple word list.
Each of the many processors built into this type of computer can independently retrieve data from memory locations, do arithmetic operations like addition or perform other simple operations.
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Atomic operations can be performed on remote memory locations, enhancing the usability of iWARP in distributed shared-memory environments.
VI Architecture establishes a memory registration, which essentially straps down memory locations in user memory and supports the transfer of data directly from user memory to the buffer in the HBA.