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In addition to microprocessors, another equally important upgrade on an elevator is the installation of an infrared detector edge on the car door.
5 hr), better drying performance, quicker material changes; lifetime desiccant, which eliminates replacement, bad product produced by wornout beds, and costly downtime; and standard high-quality stainless-steel drying hopper, aftercooler, and microprocessor control.
For instance, in 1974, the Intel 8080 microprocessor delivered one million instructions per second (1 MIPS) for $1,250.
Customers know this alliance is the leader in a fundamental shift in the microprocessor paradigm, and we will continue to deliver industry-leading designs to them.
Articles on each of the current award recipients will begin appearing in Microprocessor Report (today) February 20, 2007.
Digital-readout (C/F) microprocessor is programmable and autotuning.
The four-way superscalar R10000 microprocessor can fetch four instructions and issue up to five instructions per cycle.
Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD) is a leading global provider of innovative microprocessor solutions for computing, communications and consumer electronics markets.
CANbus consists of multiple microprocessors distributed in a "control area network" and built around a "bus" architecture in which several computer components share a digital communications pathway.
The PowerPC 601 is the first high-performance RISC microprocessor to bring together the exceptional computational power of a superscalar RISC architecture with the low-cost, high-volume production associated with the PC market.
Other chip vendors competing in the server systems market will feel pressure as a result of Digital's announcement of the 21064A microprocessor.
The Microprocessor Chronicles DVD is the second volume of Silicon Genesis, a series of oral histories drawn from Stanford University's Silicon Valley Archives.
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