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IPHI Party Hard
IPHInstitute of Public Health (various locations)
IPHIrrigation and Public Health (India)
IPHIntraparenchymal Hemorrhage (brain)
IPHIntimate Partner Homicide (crime)
IPHIdiopathic Portal Hypertension
IPHIp Header
IPHIowa Pacific Holdings (Chicago, IL)
IPHInpatient Psychiatric Hospital (various locations)
IPHImpressions Per Hour
IPHIdiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis
IPHInternational Association of Paper Historians
IPHInternational Paper Historians (paper watermark database)
IPHInstitute of Population Health (various universities)
IPHItems Per Hour
IPHIpoh, Malaysia - Ipoh (Airport Code)
IPHiPodHacking.com (website)
IPHInstitute of Preparation for the Hereafter
IPHIuphimhan (Vietnamese movie website)
IPHImperial Palace Hotel (Las Vegas, Nevada)
IPHIntraperitoneal Hemorrhage
IPHIndonesia Publishing House
IPHInterval Partitioning Heuristic (computer engineering)
IPHI Play Harder
IPHInternational Partyhouse
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The new terminal has moving sidewalks and a baggage handling system that can handle 3,000 items per hours. The new terminal is part of the UkraineOs preparation for EURO 2012, the UEFA European Football Championship, a 16-nation European soccer final.
Each new and existing machine is equipped with four high-performance feeders that use the latest technologies to support a feed-in rate of over 10,000 items per hour, which enables a total machine throughput of more than 40,000 items per hour.
In many factories producing a few hundred items per hour, production and plant engineers have often specified conventional desktop label printers that are able to handle this relatively low volume requirement.
One hundred percent inspection is now being achieved for high volume production rates of 170000 items per hour. If required, MVT can develop and install systems capable of measuring to single micron accuracy.
(1)Certification Number 2006083: The two-tier SAP SD Standard Application Benchmark performed on November 19, 2006 by HP in Cupertino, CA, USA has been certified with the following data: 2,150 SAP SD Benchmark users, 1.97 seconds average dialog response time, 215,670 fully processed order line items per hour, 647,000 dialog steps per hour, 10,789 SAPS, 0.010 seconds/0.019 seconds average database request time (dia/upd), 99 percent CPU utilization of central server.
Unsorted mail is collected from customers, consolidated at UK Mail sort centres, and fed through high speed letter sorters with a capacity of over 30,000 items per hour.
A more efficient conversion system uses a non-contact Circulation Circuit station capable of tagging more than 200 items per hour. The ILS Staff Assist Self-Checkout enables one staff member to monitor several Patron Self-Checkouts from a single workstation, without extra hardware.
Hardware-driven, this equipment used Microfilm document-capturing technology to process roughly 2,000 items per hour. The first tax season it was used, the Treasurer's Office reduced its temporary help budget by $35,000, cut banking services by nearly $8,000, and increased interest earnings by approximately $100,000.
Number of benchmark users & comp.: 1,120 SD Benchmark users Average dialog response time: 1.95 seconds Throughput: Fully processed order line items per hour: 112,330 Dialog steps per hour: 337,000 SAPS: 5,620 Average DB request time (dia/upd): 0.021 sec / 0.014 sec CPU utilization of central server: 99% Operating system central server: Solaris 8 RDBMS: Oracle 9i R/3 Release: 4.6C Total disk space: 2,160 GB
Because the boxes in the pallet racks are an arm's reach away, workers in the Hot Zone can pick about 85 items per hour. By contrast, workers who pull product from other parts of the rack for placement at the belt's origin point only average 40 picks per hour.
Based on the certified SAP SD two-tier Application Benchmark results to-date, the eight-processor xSeries 440 server's achievement of 520 SD benchmark users with 1.85 seconds average dialog response time, 158,000 dialog steps per hour (52,670 fully business processed order line items per hour) with 99% CPU utilization is the highest eight-processor result to-date.
The simulated user workload was achieved with an average dialog response time of 1.91 seconds and is equivalent to 2,015,333 fully business processed order line items per hour. The results were derived using the SAP SD Standard Application Benchmark methodology, an industry standard measurement.