parallel transfer

parallel transfer

[′par·ə‚lel ′tranz·fər]
(computer science)
Simultaneous transfer of all bits in a storage location constituting a character or word.
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The system performance can be increased further by parallel transfer of multiple archive volumes to EMC Data Domain at the same time.
IfA astronomer John Tonry designed the camera, known as OPTIC (Orthogonal Parallel Transfer Imaging Camera), and it was built at the IfA.
Each sensor chip consists of 344 detector elements, associated multiplexing switches, buffers, on-chip output amplifier, and parallel transfer features that are combined using cutting-edge active-pixel-sensor CMOS processing.
Also on their stand will be the Diverter II and Parallel Transfer unit for ink-jet printing on to the basses of bottles and cans.
In fact, a single SCSI device could talk to another device using packets during one operation and seamlessly switch to parallel transfer to perform an operation with a third device.
Rupp Technology Corporation has introduced FastLynx Lite for DOS, a streamlined DOS-oriented file transfer program that provides rapid file and data movement between connected personal or portable computers in either serial or parallel transfer modes.
Each sensor chip consists of 344 detector elements, associated multiplexing switches, buffers, on-chip output amplifier and parallel transfer features that are combined using active-pixel-sensor CMOS processing.
The need for both high bandwidth and parallel transfer capability for storage subsystems becomes obvious, particularly with the amount of digital content growing at 60% or more annually.
Each port supports parallel transfer rates of 100MB/sec.

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