Memory Sample Clauses

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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. Type and speed DDR3L-1333 MHz / 1600 MHz Maximum supported capacity 16 GB Slots SODIMM × 2 Hard disk drive Form factor 2.5-inch, 7.0 mm Interface SATA (SATA 150) Display Display resolution (LCD) Maximum display resolution on external display device 1,366 × 768 pixels HD / 1,920 × 1,080 pixels FHD 2,048 × 1,536 pixels LCD backlight LED Specifications I/O Ports USB USB 3.0 × 3 (Including a port with USB-always-on function) Ethernet RJ-45 × 1 Audio Combo audio jack × 1 Video VGA × 1 Video/Audio HDMI × 1 Card reader 4 in 1 slot × 1 (SD/SDHC/SDXC/MMC) Battery pack Type Li-Polymer Cells/Capacity 3 cells, 45 Wh / 4 cells, 60 Wh AC power adapter Input 100 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz AC Output voltage 20 V DC Power 65 W Miscellaneous Camera HD/0.3 M Security Micro-kensington lock slot × 1
Memory. The Memory spinner indicates the current percentage of the average memory usage by the selected virtual machine, based on the total memory capacity. The Utilization line in the Memory Utilization chart shows the percentage of memory used by the virtual machine during the selected time period. The Baseline area in the chart indicates the expected memory utilization range based on historical data. Datastore I/O The Datastore I/O spinner indicating the current datastore I/O rate the selected virtual machine utilizes, based on the total datastore capacity. The Transfer Rate line in the Datastore Utilization chart shows the rate at which the virtual machine reads and writes data to the datastore during the selected time period. The Baseline area in the chart indicates the expected datastore utilization range based on historical data. Network I/O historical data.
Memory. There are six memory channels A,B,C,D,E,F in the server board design and it supports eight DIMM slots. CH A,B,D and E are 1DPC. CH C and F are 2 DPC. CH C and F also supports Intel AEP. Here is the population matrix. Channel A Channel B Channel C Channel D Channel E Channel F Slot 0 Slot 0 Slot 0 Slot1 Slot 0 Slot 0 Slot 0 Slot1 Config1 DRAM DRAM DRAM DRAM DRAM DRAM DRAM DRAM Config2 DRAM DRAM DRAM Empty DRAM DRAM DRAM Empty Config3 DRAM DRAM DRAM AEP DRAM DRAM DRAM AEP Config4 DRAM DRAM AEP Empty DRAM DRAM AEP Empty The DIMM identifiers on the silkscreen on the board provide information about the channel to which they belong. For example, DIMM_A0 is the first slot on Channel A of processor. Figure 4: Server Sled DDR Physical Slots
Memory. Normal ☐ Forgetful ☐ Very bad ☐
Memory. 3 x 16 GB DDR4-2400 R Memory
Memory. Type and speed DDR3-1333 or DDR3-1600 Maximum supported capacity 8 GB Slots SODIMM × 2 Hard disk drive Form factor 2.5-inch, 9.5 mm or 2.5-inch, 7.0 mm Interface SATA Display Display resolution (LCD) Maximum display resolution on external display device 16:9 (1,366 × 768 pixels) 2,048 × 1,536 pixels LCD backlight LED
Memory. Remembering information, making use of information, making connections between bits of information Difficulty with: • Remembering what someone said to them • Repeating a mistake (either from challenges with memory or with impulsivity) • Expressing themselves in a way that appears “untruthful” Memory – Strategies • Use reminders ➢ Help them to place visual reminders in easy-to-see locations • Prompt them to ask you for help ➢ This shows them that asking for help is okay! • Use repetition when teaching a skill Repetitiofi • Short-term memory is often impaired in FASD • Repetition strengthens skills in everyone’s brain ➢ Even those with issues with memory and/or impulsivity • The more you do something, the less taxing it is on your brain ➢ “The hands just know what to do – I don’t have to think about it anymore” Repetition can be a positive experience • When it isn’t forced • When it occurs naturally ➢ When the task is needed – e.g., tying your shoes only when they need to be tied • Also when it is: ➢ Structured (built into a routine) ➢ Consistent (built into a regular routine) ➢ Supported (help someone through a new skill/task many times before you, as support, do less and less over time) “Lyifig”