fully populated

fully populated

A circuit board whose sockets are completely filled with chips.
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This makes the storage solutions capable of supporting petabytes of data, when fully populated.
There's a National Assembly Service Commission fully populated...
At a 600Gb/s line rate, the ECI TM1200 has a tenfold improvement in power efficiency, compared to other solutions, consuming less than 0.18W per Gb/s, fully populated.
As organizations' data lakes mature, they need a fully populated enterprise data catalog to allow easy discovery of data, artificial intelligence applications to continually learn from the data, and real-time data analytics engines that can drive actionable insights to influence a business user action.
This board (FIGURE 1) will be a sacrificial, fully populated assembly with thermocouples attached (ideally five to seven) with high-temperature solder in strategic locations across the assembly.
In consultation with principals at Austrianova, PharmaCyte has decided that, once the MCB is fully populated and successfully tested, cells from the MCB will be shipped to Austrianova and used for encapsulation.
"The analytics that would arise from having a fully populated IP transaction database could also help to measure the pace of innovation by technology area, benefit government or private equity funding of specific technologies, benchmark start-up and small company values compared to large companies, and help craft better legislation based on objective data to further enhance technical innovation," he explained."
Three-layer non-blocking Fully Populated Network (FPN) Three-layer Fat-Tree Network (FTN)
One that hasn't changed is the need for clean, consistent and fully populated datasets to analyze.
Once Suruc camp is fully populated, Turkey will be providing shelter to over 260,000 Syrians only in camps, where the total number of Syrian refugees in the country is around 1.7 million.

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