real-time processing


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real-time processing

[′rēl ‚tīm ′prä‚ses·iŋ]
(computer science)
The handling of input data at a rate sufficient to ensure that the instructions generated by the computer will influence the operation under control at the required time.
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Maintenance, platform and operations costs are the top IT drivers for core systems transformation in 2006 across both Europe and US, however, real-time processing is a key enabler to meet the business requirements.
Banks must start move towards real-time processing to meet customer demands and business requirements.
The VPF1 and PMC-FPGA02 boards will run the signal processing algorithm as well as perform real-time processing of the sensor data.
Additionally, the streaming nature and real-time processing aspects of multimedia SoCs, like those from Mobileye, require high performance and data bandwidth control.
Creaform has announced a new plug-in that uses the Geomagic API to provide real-time processing and graphics display of physical objects as they are captured by the company's new Handyscan 3D optical measurement system.
Our goal in the design and development of TEAM-UP Upload was to address the long-time need of the insurance industry to have real-time processing in a manner that is simple and easy for agents to use," said Dic Marxen, founder of Connective Technologies.
ATLANTA -- Company Releases New Strategic Direction to Deliver Provider-Focused Solutions that Facilitate Real-Time Processing, Promote High Quality and Reduce the Costs of Healthcare
The healthcare industry has shown a remarkable tolerance for low-quality, inefficient processes, and it's time we delivered high-quality, integrated solutions that fully automate transactions and bring real-time processing to healthcare," said John Lettko, CEO of MedAvant.
Three years ago we built Phoenix(TM), the industry's only real-time processing platform that can perform at scale and handle batch processing, and it's now the foundation for our healthcare transactions.

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