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boot ROM

A memory chip that allows a workstation to be booted from the server or other remote station. See remote boot.
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1P/Q VLAN support, TCP/IP checksum off-loading, full-duplex flow control, optional boot ROM support for PXE environments and supports jumbo frames up to 9KB.
The independent asynchronous boot block eliminates the need for embedded or discrete boot ROM while still enabling code upgradability in the field," said Franklin.
SDRAM/Flash/SRAM/ROM controller -- 10Mb Ethernet MAC & PHY -- LCD controller -- MMU -- Two UARTs -- 48K of SRAM -- Infrared Interface -- On chip boot ROM -- 8Kbytes of Cache -- Real-Time Clock
VersaLogic's Jaguar, Bobcat and VSBC-8 motherboards use Embedded BIOS 2000 from General Software, recently upgraded to make it easy to add Argon's MBA Boot ROM.
During the second quarter, boot capability will be added, allowing the DiskOnChip 2000 TSOP to function as a start-up disk and replace the system's Boot ROM, thus saving cost and board space.
The key PowerPro benefits include PC-100 compliance, full ECC support and a generic 8-bit Flash ROM interface for boot ROM or other local devices (e.
The ARM7TDMI evaluation board features a Samsung KS32C50100 microcontroller, 512K boot ROM, SRAM, two serial ports, and LEDs for user I/O.
The MachZ includes the ZF Linux Devices FailSafe(TM) boot ROM to eliminate the possibility of system crashes.