microbit

microbit

[′mī·krə‚bit]
(computer science)
A unit of information equal to one-millionth of a bit.
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Microbit Studies of the Effect of Fluid Properties and Hydraulics on Drilling Rate, paper SPE 2244, SPE Annual Conference, 1968.
125" minimum bore, compliments the MICROBIT tooling line and is capable of meeting all small diameter tooling requirements including ID or "face grooving, boring/turning, and threading.
Recognized worldwide for his Microbit drilling studies at OGS, Simpson continues in his quest today for improved muds that are environmentally friendly and provide top performance.
Hoover served as the executive director of Financial Services of the MicroBit division of First Financial Management Corporation.
Five Novell OEM partners participated in the latest round of the Cache Bake-Off, including Compaq, Dell, IBM, Microbits (Australia), and Stratacache.
Instead of everyone having his or her own opinion about a topic or competitor, based on different microbits of information, the company is creating a common knowledge base.
To date, iMimic's sales have been delivered through its extensive network of OEM partners such as Stratacache and Storigen in the United States, Microbits in Australia, Pyramid in Germany, Longshine in China, and CinTel in the Asian markets.
announced the signing of a license agreement with Microbits of Australia.
The Novell Internet Caching System is licensed as an Intel-based solution appliance from OEM partners including Compaq, Dell, Hitachi, Legend, Microbits, NEC**, Pionex, Quantex and Toshiba.
com or as integrated technology through Nortel Networks and the top 10 server manufactures, including, IBM, Dell, Compaq, NEC, Hitachi, Toshiba, Fujitsu-Siemens, Stratacache, Microbits, DICA and Legend
The company's channel partners include Nortel Networks, Exodus Communications and the world's top server manufactures including IBM, Dell, Compaq, NEC, Hitachi, Toshiba, Fujitsu-Siemens, Stratacache, Microbits, DICA and Legend.