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(computer science) matter that is held in a computer and is typed or printed on paper

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The Middle East market overcame a conspicuous downturn in Turkey to post the strong year-on-year growth in the second quarter, the research and advisory firm's latest Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker said.
b) Digitization of hardcopy records Virtually all records that are arranged and described will also be digitized (i.
6001 is not in the taxpayer's hardcopy books and records, but is available in machine-sensible records;
The capability of printing documents via Internet cell phones or Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) is called eFax Wireless Hardcopy.
While I do save most of these in folders on my computer, I usually also keep a hardcopy in a binder as a quick backup.
HP remains the leading vendor in the total hardcopy peripherals market with 41 percent share, down from 43 percent in 4Q07.
Altera is providing customers clearly differentiated solutions across the new Cyclone V and Arria V FPGA families, the recently expanded Stratix V FPGA and previously announced HardCopy V ASIC families.
Conformance to ITAR links Altera's HardCopy structured ASIC design flow with an export management system, technology control plan, a secure design room, server security and encrypted communications.
Hardcopy Peripherals include single-function printers, multifunctional systems (MFPs), and single-function digital copiers (SF DC) for both officed-based and Production segments.
Altera's HardCopy II, Stratix II GX and Cyclone II Programmable Solutions Recognized for Providing Customers the Ability to Innovate and be More Productive
Entitled Future Outlook and Research & Development of Natural Raw Materials Forming Next Generation Market, 2005 Version, the 289-page report sells for 105,000 yen ($935) in hardcopy and 115,500 yen ($1,030) in CD-ROM.
The worldwide laser multifunction peripherals (MFP) market continued to exhibit double-digit growth during the first quarter of 2012 (1Q12), increasing 12% year over year with gains of 15% in emerging markets, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker.
Altera's HardCopy family enabled NTT to develop a coprocessor in a high-density FPGA, then quickly and cost-effectively use the design in volume production by migrating to a structured ASIC.