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CPUCentral Processing Unit (part of a computer system)
CPUComputer Power User (magazine)
CPUCentral Policy Unit
CPUCritical Patch Update (Oracle)
CPUCost Per Unit
CPUComputer Processing Unit
CPUCentral Philippine University
CPUCommunist Party of Ukraine
CPUCall Pick Up (PABX phone systems)
CPUCommonwealth Press Union (UK)
CPUContract Postal Unit (US Post Office station)
CPUCrime Prevention Unit
CPUColumbia Pacific University
CPUCustomer Pick-Up (shipping/transportation method)
CPUComputer Processor Unit
CPUCalifornia Pacific University
CPUCalifornia Polytechnic University (aka Cal Poly)
CPUCorporate Procurement Unit
CPUCash Pick Up
CPUChest-Pain Observation Unit
CPUChemical Protective Undergarments
CPUCommunications Processor Unit
CPUContribution Per Unit
CPUCondensate Polishing Unit (water treatment)
CPUCommunity for Pittsburgh Ultimate
CPUCaption Projection Unit
CPUCertified Postal Unit
CPUCompetition Promotion Unit
CPUClinical Pharmacokinetic Unit
CPUCollective Protection Unit
CPUChemical Protection Unit
CPUContrôle de Production en Usine (French: Factory Production Control)
CPUConférence des Présidents d'Université (French: Conference of University Presidents)
CPUCarnet de Prélèvement Universel (French: Universal Book Collection)
CPUComprehensive Plan Update (various locations)
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This is radically different than traditional implementations where data sits in one place and must be operated upon by a CPU, one instruction at a time.
Odds are high that you don't need to add a server to increase your CPU and/or memory horsepower.
With less load on the pump, a cooling system based on the D-Tek FuZion CPU block has a longer life cycle - even under vigorous operating conditions.
That performance can unlock the horsepower of those fast CPUs you've just purchased.
InfiniBand shifts the burden of processing I/O from the server's CPU onto the InfiniBand network, freeing up the CPU for other processing.
While software-based dial-up modems consume 40 MHz of the CPU resources, an ADSL modem operating at 1.
Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Share by CPU Connector Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006
CM is basically microcode that sits between the Crusoe CPU core and the surrounding instructions that are fed to the processor, including application, Os, and BIOS layers.
Size, power and throughput limitations associated with microprocessors are driving the adoption of multi-core computing," said Edward King, CPU Tech's CEO.
One method uses a CPU, another method uses custom hardware, or a XOR engine in the array controller to calculate the XOR data.
CPU TECH, an innovator of high performance, System-on-Chip (SoC) based design solutions, announced today the company has received a follow on production subcontract from BAE Systems for Bradley Combat Systems vehicle Turret Drive Position Interface Box (PIB) control systems.
6 GB/s of aggregate CPU to CPU, CPU to I/O bandwidth in a highly efficient point-to-point, daisy-chain topology that replaces complex multi-level, multi-line buses and extends from chip-to-chip to chassis-to-chassis applications.