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MSP

(1) (Managed Service Provider) An organization that manages a customer's computer systems and networks which are either located on the customer's premises or at a third-party datacenter. MSPs offer a variety of service levels from just notifying the customer if a problem occurs to making all necessary repairs itself. MSPs may also be a source for hardware and staff for its customers.

(2) (Microsoft Solution Provider) A Microsoft certification for qualifying resellers that sell and provide training and support on Microsoft products. A certain number of employees must be Microsoft Certified Professionals.

(3) A Microsoft Paint graphics file format.

(4) A patch file in the Windows 2000 Installer system.

(5) (Multi-Tech Supervisory Protocol) A simultaneous voice and data (SVD) protocol from Multi-Tech Systems, Inc., Mounds View, MN. When a telephone handset is picked up, the modem switches to packet mode, digitizes the voice and interleaves the voice packets with the data packets. See SVD.

(6) (Media Suite Pro) A popular Macintosh-based nonlinear video editing system from Avid Technology, Inc., Tewksbury, MA.

(7) An operating system used in Fujitsu IBM-compatible mainframes.

(8) (Multiprocessing Server Pack) A utility that enables LAN Manager to utilize a computer's multiprocessing capabilities.
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Prior to the AD9640, sampling rates beyond 135 MSPS could only be realized by utilizing single-channel ADCs.
The family includes two other 10-bit members, one operating at 210 MSPS and one at 170 MSPS.
In addition to LVDS outputs, which simplify board layout and enable more data conversion paths to be routed within a given printed circuit board (PCB) area, the new quad ADC clocks at 50 MSPS, offers a 3-dB improvement in signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) over 12-bit multi-channel ADCs available today, and reduces power consumption by nearly one-third compared to that of competitive devices.