hardware division

hardware division

[′här‚dwer di‚vizh·ən]
(computer science)
Mathematical division performed by electronic circuitry on a large computer as a result of a single machine instruction.
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Google has now successfully purchased the majority of HTC smartphone design division, with an estimated 2,000 engineers being transferred from HTC to employment under Google's hardware division.
In a journey undertaken towards the expansion of Google's hardware division, Osterloh reiterated the company's commitment to building and investing for the long run.
Fitness brand Adidas has decided to exit the wearables fitness industry as it closes its hardware division, according to a report by the Portland Business Journal .
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Spiegel also talked about the importance of Snapchat's hardware division and the decision to go public earlier this year.
These personnel will continue to develop Google's hardware division.
Google created its own hardware division last year and launched the Pixel, the first smartphone to feature only the Google brand and to be designed in-house.
The complete TySOM product line with FMC daughter cards and professional reference designs targeting Embedded Vision, IoT and Software Defined Radio will be showcased at Embedded Vision Summit 2017, said Zibi Zalewski, general manager hardware division, Aldec.
The company began in 1957 when a group of retailers purchased a controlling interest of the hardware division of a distribution company owned by businessman E.
Rick Osterloh, head of a new hardware division at the California-based internet giant, added, "We believe that the next big innovation is going to take place at the intersection of hardware and software, with AI at the centre.
We are building hardware with the Google Assistant at its core," said Rick Osterloh, head of a new hardware division at the California-based Internet giant.
Columbia Pacific Advisors, LLC, a Seattle-based alternative investment firm, said its Columbia Pacific Growth Capital strategy has acquired the hardware division of Talyst, a provider of medication management to hospitals and skilled nursing facilities.