Memory Sample Clauses

Memory. Important data about the unit’s operation, including the number of opera- tions, time since its memory was reset and configuration data shall be maintained in the unit’s memory, with the ability to be displayed on the thermostat LCD ( in diagnostic mode). All information stored in the programmable load control thermostats memory must be able to be downloaded and exported into MS Excel, MS Word, or MS Access applications.
Memory. The device will contain [***] as its standard configuration (Must accommodate 2, 4 or 8 MB package). A [***] configuration will be available at the time of ordering. Flash contains software drivers, configuration tool, and customer supplied software if any. BUTTONS & CONTROLS There will be a on off switch in the form of a button on the top of the unit that powers the unit up or down when depressed for several seconds. Actual duration to be depressed TBD. The power button will have a second function, to be controlled by software, that when depressed will launch a particular application. [***] Confidential treatment has been requested for the bracketed portions. The confidential redacted portion has been omitted and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 12
Memory. As the volume of users increases, so does the need for increased buffer and lock-pool storage. The database platform will scale up to 32 GB, which is sufficient memory to support the system capacity. •
Memory. The Network Controller shall maintain all BIOS and programming information in EEPROM. The system BIOS shall be easily upgradable for the PC workstation without the need for going out to the panel. System manufacturer shall provide current version software and firmware at the end of the warranty period.
Memory. Each compute node must have a minimum of 256GB RAM, ECC DDR4 2400MHz (or faster) and a minimum of 8GB per core. All memory channels of all processors must be filled. The same number of DIMM modules must occupy each channel. All DIMMs in all compute nodes must be identical. The total RAM of all compute nodes together must be a minimum 4TB. It must be possible to double the amount of RAM of each node in a future upgrade by doubling the number of DIMMs. Compute node local disk space: Each compute node must have at least 1 SSD to be used for the system and for swap space. The interface of the SSD’s must be PCI-e. The total net usable SSD capacity per node must be at least three times the RAM capacity of the compute node. Minimum sequential read must be 1800 MB/s. Minimum sequential write must be 800 MB/s. The DWPD of each SSD must be at least 1.0 or better. RAID 0 is allowed. The SSD’s must be hot-swappable and accessible without dismounting the node from the rack. Redundancy is required if some hardware components (e.g. power supplies, etc) are shared by several compute nodes. In the case of a failure of a single hardware component of a node, no more than that node is permitted to fail. All repairs to one node, including its cut from the power source, must be performed without preventing the functioning of any other node.
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Memory. The CGA shall provide devices with a minimum of 16-32GB of RAM and 64-bit Windows 10 to accommodate MTR which is a 64-bit application.
Memory. Resource usage for this Resource Category will be measured as the number of memory gigabytes utilized to support the Services during a calendar month.
Memory. For every concurrent user, there should be a minimum of 8 MB of RAM, plus the memory required for Oracle products, and operating system. Recommendation for Los Angeles 8 * 500 = 4 GB (includes SGA sizing) + O/S (about 200MB) + Oracle dB (min 256, recommended 512 MB ram) Estimate 4.7 or we recommend 6GB Ram CPU The size of the Database Server CPU depends on the amount of processing being done by concurrent users. Server motherboard should support multiple CPU’s in the event that upgrade is needed. Recommendation for Los Angeles 2 CPU *Note 3: Please note that the above suggestion is for one database only, and does not account for multiple database instances on the same server. For those who intend to install multiple databases on the same server, the server sizes should grow accordingly. *Note 4: The above calculation does not account for additional modules such as IWP which stores MS Word documents within the TAG db. Sizing for these external modules to TAG will have to be further analyzed.
Memory. Normal ☐ Forgetful ☐ Very bad