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code name

An internal name given to a product under development. For example, Chicago was the code name for Windows 95; Merced was the code name for Intel's Itanium chip.
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The dissidents are named as Lamin Sanneh, code named "Gibia", a former Lt Colonel of the Gambia Armed Forces and former commander of the State Guards Battalion; Njaga Jagne, code-named "Bandit", a retired Captain of the U.
Customers today can sign up for Microsoft code-named "Atlanta," a new cloud service for overseeing SQL Server configuration to ensure best operational practices.
The company will be pushing out a new Atom chip code-named Saltwell in the 2011 and 2012 timeframe, and follow up with new chips in 2013 and then 2014, Smith said.
A revolutionary fighter who said he monitored the intercepted messages claimed that they described an "asset" code-named "zero one" who is believed to be Mutassim, national security adviser to his ousted father.
introduced its human-type robot code-named the ASIMO.
Intel confirmed it is not satisfied with the quality of the next version of the chip, code-named Montecito, but would not reveal specific details.
The company's upcoming 12-core server chips, code-named Magny-Cours, put two six-core chips in one package.
Brilliant CIA agent Harvey Torriti, code-named Sorcerer, and his young assistant, Jack McAuliffe, code-named Apprentice, made contact with a man who wanted to defect from East Germany.
The iMac portable, code-named the P1, was slated for launch at the end of April, just in time for Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) at the beginning of May.
Informix will launch a data engine, code-named "Yellowstone," in the second half of 1999 based on Informix's extended parallel server heritage of linear scalability through SMP, MPP, NUMA and clustered systems architecture.
The same software modem technology will also support Be's upcoming Internet appliance platform, code-named Singer.
Intel also announced a new integrated CPU for low-cost (sub-$600) PCs, code-named Timna.