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one millionth (10^-6) of a second

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The estimated energy released in the load when treating water using discharges in gas bubbles in the case of using nanosecond discharges was about 2.1 times less than when using microsecond discharges.
* 2nd defect: height h2 [approximately equal to] 25 mm and expected time t2 = 28.5 microseconds;
"Cutting microseconds out of applications that are already low latency requires vendors to work together, and working with TIBCO Rendezvous is important to our customers," said Moiz Kohari, vice president of engineering for Open Platform Solutions at Novell.
Diana and Norman Fleishman formed the Microsecond nonprofit organization in 1979, conducted five conferences in the late 1980s on "Entertainment And Global Healing," hold events on planetary issues in the homes of writers and producers in Hollywood, and are writing a book on their twenty-five years lobbying "storytellers.
-- Rated at a low clamping voltage of only 12.5 volts (at a pulse current of 10 amps and duration of 10/1000 microseconds)
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 16, 2016-Exablaze releases microsecond barrier-breaking network card
Currently, fast PCIe-based SSDs have microsecond latency.
Like other products in the DMC-30000 series, the DMC-30016 is higher speed than Galil's prior generation single-axis controllers; the 125 microsecond servo loop update time is twice as fast and the 15 MHz encoder frequency and 3.0 MHz stepper pulse output are 25% faster.
The PLS2 versions have undergone many enhancements, including higher encoder resolution (4,000 cpr) for smoother velocity and tighter position control, enhanced trajectory overshoot braking functions to stop larger loads fast, and new high-speed position capture input to enable less than 5 microsecond registration.
Kawasaki and Tokyo, Japan, June 18, 2008 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu Laboratories Limited and Fujitsu Microelectronics Limited announced today, as an industry first, the development of circuit technology that can rapidly switch a power supply from off to on in less than one microsecond. This makes it possible to extend the "off" period - sleep time - of a chip as a means to reduce leakage current, enabling highly integrated LSI chips to consume less power.
The usual standard for rating surge currents uses an 8/20 microsecond wave shape (i.e., an 8-microsecond rise time, and a 20-microsecond delay time to half the peak value).
Putting this chip into the switch used to build the two-tier interconnect network described above results in a latency of less than a microsecond, which, when added to an RDMA or ToE-supported NIC means a total latency of less than 10 microseconds.
The new motor servo control and a 2 microsecond machining loop time allow faster retraction during pulsations.
The new 9 micron LaserPro DM employs a fast and accurate beam delivery system which has a switching time of 1 microsecond per dot.