ADDM

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AcronymDefinition
ADDMAtrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping (software)
ADDMAdd Memory
ADDMAutomatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (Oracle Database 10g)
ADDMA&D Data Management (Siemens MCIS suite)
ADDMAsynchronous Digital Data Modem
ADDMAdjustment Order with Depressed Mood (psychology)
ADDMAssistant District Director for Management
ADDMAsynchronous Distributed Decision Making
ADDMAcquisition Document Development and Management (US Air Force)
ADDMAsynchronous Digital Data Multiplexing
ADDMAutomated Documentation Development and Maintenance
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The series 2016 bonds provided $40 million of new money to fund the upgrade of Park Shore's common spaces and amenities, add memory care units and enhance its ILU mix.
You can add memory, move to a database instance with higher CPU capacity, pay for provisioned input/output operations per second (IOPS), or move to solid-state disk storage (SSD).
The project team also wanted to rethink the site's assisted living units, add memory care beds and therapy spaces and expand with a new independent living structure--all actions that Laclede's executives believed were necessary in order to keep the CCRC marketable within the greater community.
Another roll out is that of C560 in the same category, which is positioned as a mainstream all-in-one as it features an HDMI output, allowing users to drive a second display and a tool-free enclosure that can be easily opened to add memory and storage.
Unlike with per-machine or other models, they can let Jelastic add memory, CPU and disk space on the fly.
"We decided to add memory foam to our Jellybean line as a natural add-on," said Renee Ringstad, vice president of merchandising, Jellybean.
Citrix can be expected to add memory overcommit, given that the feature already exists in the mainline Xen kernel, Wolf says.
With a webcam, WiFi and wired networking Co but not a dial-up modem Co two USB ports, Bluetooth wireless to connect peripherals, a secure digital card slot to add memory, and an ExpressCard slot for such capabilities as cellular data service, the Mini-Note also has most of the options youCOd find on a much larger, pricier PC.
Developed for applications in desktop and notebook computers, the technology supports the PCI Express and USB 2.0 interface, allowing hot plugging that permits users to add memory, wired and wireless communications, multimedia, security features to mobile and desktop systems.
An organization may need to upgrade its desktop software or add memory to users' computers, and a server is required.
A mini-SD expansion card slot allows the user to add memory for storing music, games, photos and video.