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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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NEW KINDLE OASIS AMAZON just can't stand still these days - new products are its hardware division at an incredible rate, and every one, it seems, is a winner.
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Now it's part of Google's hardware division, which makes Google Home technology and Pixel smartphones.
company valued at more than $1 trillion due, in part, to a growing services business on top of its profitable hardware division.
The Group's Lottery Hardware division continues to focus on research and development in order to broaden and improve its product spectrum and develop new hardware ranges.
About the time I was relocating to southern Wisconsin, my parents had started on the construction process on the Plain store, and they needed a manager for the hardware division.
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 .