computing unit

computing unit

[kəm′pyüd·iŋ ‚yü·nət]
(computer science)
The section of a computer that carries out arithmetic, logical, and decision-making operations.
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Google spokeswoman Jane Hynes confirmed to Reuters Rhee's hiring by Google's cloud computing unit, but declined to comment further.
gov/content/dorothy-vaughan-biography) the head of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics' segregated West Area Computing Unit from 1949 to 1958.
The cloud computing unit for C Spire, a Mississippi-based diversified telecommunications and technology services company, has been selected as a partner to provide a portfolio of data center colocation and accompanying cloud-based information technology (IT) solutions to state and local agencies, the company said.
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cloud computing unit has reached an agreement to acquire Elemental Technologies, Inc.
second quarter and has been developed by the company's cloud computing unit,
Modha, chief scientist at IBM Research's Brain-Inspired Computing unit.
Imperial Invention Prize: Yuichiro Ajima, Senior Architect, Next Generation Technical Computing Unit
Binaudio uses a computing unit, electronics and rotating "listening cones" to convert orientation into a soundscape, revealing the location's distinct sounds.
The project was carried out by the Knesset web site, the digital unit of the Knesset archives, and a government computing unit.
Nadella, 46, most recently headed the company's small but growing cloud computing unit, in which customers buy software and services housed on distant servers connected to the Internet.
Nadella, 46, led the company's small but growing cloud computing unit, in which customers pay Microsoft to house data and run applications on distant servers connected to the Internet.

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