data buffering

data buffering

[′dad·ə ‚bəf·ə·riŋ]
(computer science)
The temporary collection and storage of data awaiting further processing in physical storage devices, allowing a computer and its peripheral devices to operate at different speeds.
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Manufacturers can start coding their products straight away, with no need to wait for data buffering to be complete, again saving manufacturers time and money on the production line.
R&S VENICE video servers encode all of the content into the final archive format and then R&S SpycerBox Cell and Ultra TL storage units are employed to perform all data buffering and transfer operations to SWRs archive administration system.
With the booking executed directly in the ERP server, there is no data buffering or conversion in the control system.
Neither mode requires data buffering in the AS3955's internal EEPROM memory, resulting in faster data transfers.
Better wireless systems have data buffering at transmitter level.
Therefore on chip image data buffering systems become indispensable for high performance FPGA based NPS.
The TCLs provide support for communications, synchronization, and data buffering. Namely, the TCL delivers the data to be processed from its internal IDB to the associated task and stores the subsequent results computed by the latter in the ODB.
Data buffering, house keeping, and performance optimization is achieved by integrating from 256GB to 768GB of DDR3 DRAM resulting in IOPS (4KB) of up to 94,000 Read and 86,000 Write.
* Caching and data buffering optimization for reducing network roundtrips
Up to 4 GB of DDR2 SDRAM simplifies data buffering and boosts real-time signal processing.
In domain 600-4800 bps speed, the connection protocol layer does not request data buffering. The data delay transmission (between data send and data recreated at end point) is about 2 ms + 1 / speed (where Speed is the data transmission speed).
Version 4.0 incorporates data buffering to safeguard against network failures and latencies.