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Synonyms for exabyte

a unit of information equal to 1000 petabytes or 10^18 bytes

a unit of information equal to 1024 pebibytes or 2^60 bytes

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EXA said it hoped that if the two were to collide, it would be a lateral rather than a frontal crash, sparing the satellite's wings.
The EXA test has been found correlated well with intracellular analysis of biopsied cardiac muscle and appears to be as accurate as magnesium load testing.
As EXA melting seems to have an influence on resistivity, poly(olefin) phase crystallinity was also studied.
Along with its excellent phase-noise performance (-106 dBc/Hz typical at 10 kHz offset, 1 GHz carrier), the EXA is able to meet tighter regulations and test requirements for millimeter-wave device design and performance verification.
ANSYS, Autodesk, CD-adapco Group, COMSOL, ESI Group, Mentor Graphics, AspenTech, Bentley Systems, Computational Engineering International, Dassault Systemes, EXA, Flow Science and Numeca International are companies mentioned in this 84 pages research report on computational fluid dynamics market in automotive industry published in 2015 and available at http://www.
A new digital IF (DIF) design feature in the MXA and EXA signal analyzers expands analysis bandwidth to 40 MHz.
The N9062A SCPI remote language compatibility measurement application allows the PXA, MXA and EXA signal analyzers to emulate Rohde & Schwarz FSP, FSU and FSE spectrum analyzers in remotely-controlled, automated test equipment systems.
Leveraging the Calix Ethernet eXtensible Architecture (EXA), an Ethernet kernel based on industry standard protocols and focused on the requirements of the access network, the new EXA Powered C7 line cards further enhance this evolutionary path, delivering more capacity, higher bandwidth services across both copper and fiber, and more flexibility in bridging legacy services and advanced Ethernet services in a single, manageable platform.
Leveraging Calix' Ethernet eXtensible Architecture (EXA), an Ethernet kernel based on industry standard protocols and focused on the requirements of the access network, the EXA Powered E7 is now a core part of the Calix Unified Access Infrastructure, and provides a wide range of GPON, point-to-point Gigabit Ethernet, Active Ethernet and 10 Gigabit Ethernet services and deployment options for CSP networks.
The EXA Powered E7 delivers operational simplicity and network awareness, allowing the E7 to be easily provisioned, dramatically facilitating faster installation and turn-up.
The launch from a ground control station in Guayaquil in southwestern Ecuador has been supervised by the experts at the EXA, headed by Nader.
To ensure measurement consistency, the applications are virtually identical to those that run on the Agilent EXA, MXA and PXA signal analyzers.
today announced the availability of MATLAB with the purchase of Agilent's EXA, MXA, or PSA signal analyzers.