VRAM


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AcronymDefinition
VRAMVideo Random Access Memory
VRAMVolatile Random Access Memory
VRAMVertical Rectus Abdominis Musculocutaneous
VRAMVeil Rights Assertion Mark (digital rights management)
VRAMVariable Rate Adaptive Multiplexer
VRAMVortex Regenerative Air Movement (Vortex HC LLC)
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To better understand the connection and synergy between SCCVI and VRAM, let us step through a typical vulnerability scan of a shipboard network running COMPOSE.
Instead of manually trudging through the scan results, the IAM can upload the VMS export file to VRAM where it is parsed and automatically cross-referenced with all of the approved patches released by the COMPOSE program office.
Once the VMS file is uploaded, VRAM will output results similar to those shown in Figure 1.
VRAM provides the IAM with a scan summaries report page that contains the following information:
The use of VRAM provides a huge improvemen tfor monitoring and fixing network vulnerabilities.
VRAM has proven its usefulness in providing a less labor-intensive means for finding network vulnerabilities, thus improving the CNDIDBA process and expediting remediation actions--as well as freeing ship's personnel to pursue other critical security activities.
Memory support will include 8-128MB low power DRAM in a high-reliability latching 144-pin SODIMM socket, 1MB Flash, and 2MB VRAM.
The ThinkPad A20p incorporates exceptional multimedia and graphics performance including: the ATI Rage (TM) Mobility 128 video chip, 16MB VRAM, S-video ports for video capture and playback, MGI VideoWave III video editing software, DVI support via docking, an Intel Mobile Pentium III processor at 750 MHz or 700 MHz featuring Intel SpeedStep (TM) technology, 128MB RAM (upgradable to 512MB,) 20GB or 18GB hard disk drive, and 15-inch SXGA Plus (1400x1050) display all in a 1.
The ThinkPad T20 is powered by an Intel Mobile Pentium III processor at 750 MHz, 700 MHz or 650 MHz featuring Intel SpeedStep technology with 128MB of RAM (upgradable to 512MB) and 8MB of VRAM.
5 MB embedded VRAM (128-bit PCI accelerator on Pentium systems), SMC Super I/O, Texas Instruments PCI1225 CardBus controller, one 10/100Base-T RJ45 jack, two 12 Mbit/sec USB ports, two RS-232 serial ports, one parallel port, IDE, FDD, and PS/2 mouse/keyboard ports, up to 256 MBytes of SODIMM SDRAM, industry-standard Phoenix BIOS, LCD interface to DSTN/TFT flat panels, CRT interface, two Type II or one Type III PC Card slots, and a Type II ATA CompactFlash slot.
5 MB embedded VRAM, SMC Super I/O, and support for two 12 Mbit/sec USB ports, two RS232 serial ports, one parallel port, Ultra DMA/33 IDE, FDD, PS/2 mouse and keyboard ports, up to 256 MBytes of SDRAM, and industry-standard Phoenix BIOS.
5 MB embedded VRAM (128-bit accelerator on Pentium systems), SMC Super I/O, a CardBUS controller, a socket for the M-Systems DiskOnChip(R) flash disk, two 12 Mbit/sec USB ports, two serial port headers, one parallel port header, IDE, FDD, and PS/2 mouse/keyboard headers, up to 256 MBytes of SDRAM, industry-standard Phoenix BIOS, interface for LCD panels, CRT connector, and two TypeII or one TypeIII PC Card slots, and a Type I Compact Flash slot for easy expansion.