Conventional 32-bit computer
architectures cannot address memory above 4GB.
Linux (pronounced "lin-ucks") is a 32-bit computer
operating system (OS) that is similar to the well-known UNIX OS, but is available for the desktop and offers many more benefits.
The systems are built around a single-board, 32-bit computer
and multitasking OS kernel, plus network protocol stacks and file system management tools.
To date, the Calabasas-based video game publisher has been best known for marketing software for older model, 16- and 32-bit computer
The V-TEC engine also uses a powerful 32-bit computer
to control combustion timing.
VXI stands for VME eXtensions for Instrumentation, an electronic plug-in platform that extends the capabilities of VME--the industry-standard 32-bit computer
bus--for instrumentation applications.
For more elaborate quality analysis of flat films, NDC's new Model 8000 floor-standing console system has a 32-bit computer
Results of comparisons to test castings proved favorable and the technique has been adapted to an inexpensive 32-bit computer
For a simple and easily implementable MLCG on a 32-bit computer
, we suggest m = 2147483399 and a = 40692.
Developed by Ziatech in 1989 as a superset of the original STD Bus, STD 32 is a 32-bit computer
standard with a small format and enormous flexibility.
NEC has bundled Microsoft Windows NT with the PowerMate Pro150 to provide its enterprise customers with a robust, secure and technologically-advanced 32-bit computer
64-bit technology removes the memory limitations of 32-bit computers
so allowing more efficient toolpath generation, especially for companies machining large or complex parts.