bit rate

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bit rate

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(Computer Science) computing the rate of flow of binary digits in a digital data-processing system, usually expressed as the number of bits per second
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2 Gigabytes per second internal bandwidth -- Scalable port bandwidth with sustained 190 Megabytes per second per port -- Simultaneous read and write port performance exceeding 375 Megabytes per second per port -- No performance penalty in writes versus reads -- No performance penalty in degraded mode or rebuild operation -- PowerLUN(TM) capability provides 1 Gigabyte per second+ of bandwidth to individual LUNs without host striping -- Built-in Solid-State-Disk capability with "LUN-in-Cache" feature
4 Gigabytes per second to disk and unleashed the true potential of our Rackable Systems InfiniBand cluster," said Craig Prescott, Senior Scientist for the University of Florida's High-Performance Computing Center.
ColoServe's data center now features state-of-the-art CAT6-enhanced cabling infrastructure designed to support the next generation of intensive Internet applications such as IPTV and allow up to 10 gigabytes per second hand-offs to a cabinet or cage.
The Xtensa processors help JNI's X8-based Fibre Channel controllers to achieve a host transfer rate of up to 4 gigabytes per second (GB) and up to 300,000 I/Os per second, a five times speed enhancement and a four times peak I/O performance improvement over their previous generation product.
Terrascale's technology is well suited to large Linux clusters found in Internet and High Performance Computing (HPC) environments, enabling customers to realize improved manageability, storage utilization and availability in addition to up to tens of gigabytes per second of I/O throughput.
The HP BladeSystem c-Class enclosure features the world's fastest midplane at 5 terabytes per second of aggregate throughput and the first midplane to support 4X DDR InfiniBand(R), the industry's fastest blade server interconnect, which delivers up to 20 gigabytes per second bandwidth in each direction.