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subsystem

(ˈsʌbˌsɪstəm)
n
a system which is part of a larger system
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Noun1.subsystem - a system that is part of some larger system
system, scheme - a group of independent but interrelated elements comprising a unified whole; "a vast system of production and distribution and consumption keep the country going"
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subsystem

[ˈsʌbˌsɪstəm] Nsubsistema m

subsystem

nUntersystem nt
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Security systems are composed of numerous interrelated subsystems (personnel, logistics, medical, communications, etc.
Levine proposes that the human mind has eight major cognitive systems--and many more subsystems (see Figure 1).
SANs provide additional levels of data security and offer higher availability in case of device failures for both disk and tape subsystems.
Based on a systems view of organizations, the approach emphasizes (a) using various criteria to view an organization in terms of its subsystems and (b) asking focused questions about the organization based on these different systemic views.
This low power is a benefit of ARC's configurable architecture that enables the creation of highly efficient subsystems and processors.
BMC Software today announced a new software solution that reduces the need for multiple mainframe subsystems lowering mainframe monthly license costs (MLC) by as much as 20 percent or more on typical configurations.
Determining the price of various storage subsystems has been subject to considerable misinterpretation, and meaningful pricing comparisons for tape and disk storage are scarce.
LAS VEGAS -- ARC International (LSE:ARK), the world leader in configurable subsystems and CPU/DSP processors, today announced that ARC customers, partners, and OEM companies will display a wide range of innovative ARC-Based([TM]) solutions at this week's International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Furthermore, the performance of enterprise storage subsystems can vary dramatically.
ELSTREE, England -- ARC International (LSE:ARK), the world leader in configurable multimedia subsystems and CPU/DSP cores, today introduced the ARC Player Subsystem -- the latest addition to its offering of programmable subsystems that are ideally suited for system-on-chips (SoCs) targeting media-intensive consumer applications.
For that reason, device-to-device data transfers from mainframe systems are going to be "pushed" from the mainframe to the open systems side--at least until the access methods are implemented on open systems machines that allow direct access to mainframe storage subsystems and devices.
ARC International is the world leader in low-power, high-performance 32-bit configurable CPU/DSP processor cores, subsystems, real-time operating systems and development tools for embedded system design.