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Synonyms for processor

a business engaged in processing agricultural products and preparing them for market

someone who processes things (foods or photographs or applicants etc

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Common service processors include the open-source IPMI, as well as vendor-specific types such as HP iLO, Dell DRAC, IBM RSA, and Sun ALOM and ILOM.
Remote memory takes longer to access because the memory request is routed in hardware from the requesting processor to whichever remote processor has that particular datum in local memory.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD; Sunnyvale, CA; has both single- and dual-core Opteron processors that run both 32- and 64-bit applications.
AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual-core, AMD Athlon 64 and AMD Sempron processors are slated for availability in May 2006.
Of course, it is impossible for the electronics recycling processor to resell everything that comes in the door.
Each custom processor within the RAID Storage Processor has its own dedicated memory and data path for code fetch, virtually eliminating interrupts.
To determine which processors control adjacent domains we identify each processor uniquely by considering each processor in the network as a cell in a link-cell structure.
While this is possible in Windows 2000, a limitation in not distinguishing between physical and logical processors causes the logical processor to be counted against licence CPU limits.
They offer at least two different upgrades for systems with Intel, Cyrix, and AMD processors. They are PowerLeap (877-278-5327, www.power; Evergreen Technologies (800-733-0934,; and Kingston Technology (877-546-4786,
The IBM design cuts the number of instructions per processor down to a considerably more manageable 57.
Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, Calif., has introduced the fastest speed version of its Pentium(R) II Xeon(TM) processor at 450 MHz, designed for use in dual-processor (two-way)
Until last week, I used two computers for my work: a powerful desktop computer (Dell 133 MHz Pentium processor) to create courses, and a notebook computer (IBM Thinkpad 75 MHz 80486 processor) to make presentations.
In this configuration, either PCs or dumb workstations can be linked directly to a central processor (called a "host").