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Synonyms for hibernate

sleep during winter

be in an inactive or dormant state

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They can simply plug the device into all company workstations, and computers go into sleep mode in minutes so users are not logged in when away from their desks.
Sleep Mode functions on the Switch much like it does many other electronics.
The sensor spends most of its time in sleep mode, waking briefly every few minutes to take measurements.
The boy was in a sleep mode, ``like he was going to go unconscious,'' Zingo told reporters.
Because bus snooping is disabled for Nap and Sleep mode, a hardware handshake using the Quiesce request and acknowledge signals are required to maintain data cache coherency (see Sleep mode).
The Precision32 SiM3L1xx MCUs and development environment leverage mixed-signal innovations to enable developers to reduce power consumption to 175 oA/MHz in active mode and less than 250 nA in sleep mode with the real-time clock (RTC) enabled at 3.
Atmel Corporation, a leader in microcontroller (MCU) and touch technology solutions, today announced the company has reached a new low-power standard for ARM Cortex-M0+ -based MCUs with power consumption down to 40 oA/MHz in active mode and 200nA in sleep mode.
The family showcases the company's eXtreme Low Power (XLP) technology and adds a new low-power sleep mode with RAM retention down to 330 nA.
The new sleep talking state provides much of the energy savings of sleep mode and some of the network-and-Internet-connected convenience of awake mode.
ENERGYSTAR-labeled computers reduce energy consumption by automatically shifting into a sleep mode after a certain period of time.
The 6DoF-IMU SD746, designed for motion measurement in consumer and industrial applications, now comes with a low current consumption sleep mode allowing system wake-up by motion detection
The ApeosPort-IV C series, which were released in December 2011, achieved virtually zero waiting time experience from the sleep mode by introducing the system technology that combines three newly-developed technologies (Fig.
The company's adaptive digital PWM/PFM technology sends the controller into sleep mode when the load is disconnected, cutting no-load power consumption to less than 4 mW, or effectively zero.
Highly Integrated SX8733 Monitors up to Two Temperature Diodes and Its Own Temperature; Its Low-Power Design Enables Temperature Monitoring of ASICs During Sleep Mode
Sleep mode is the obvious choice for the long periods of waiting for an external event, after processing completes.