8 bits

8 bits

One byte. See 8-bit computing and bit specifications.
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The integer notation is defined here as follows: [N.sub.D] is the digit expression (either in 8 bits or 16 bits), [N.sub.B] is the binary expression of [N.sub.D], and [N.sub.U] is the unary expression.
First part is the cache Tag memory (also named Tag RAM), the size of this memory is 8K x 8 bits and the second part is the cache RAM memory (also named Data RAM).
Both also support 12 bits per RGBA component (versus 8 bits found in other workstations), thereby capable of displaying 68 billion colors (versus the typical workstation, which can display 16 million colors).
Thus the bandwidth is: 25MHz strobe, multiplied by 2 for double data rate clocking, then multiplied by 16 bits per edge, then divided by 8 bits per byte, which equals 100MB/sec.
The AES validation test suite tests the Modes of Operation ECB, CBC, OFB, CFB (1 bit, 8 bit, and 128 bit), and CTR.