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virtual machine

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A software program that emulates a hardware system.
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Newly enhanced virtual machine (VM) and bare metal compute, and new bare metal graphical processing unit (GPU) instances enable customers to run even the most infrastructure-heavy workloads such as high-performance computing (HPC), big data, and artificial intelligence (AI) faster and more cost-effectively.
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Bare Metal Standard specializes in cleaning hood and exhaust systems in commercial kitchens, where oil and grease build-up creates fire hazards.
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Online said it has selected IBM[R] (NYSE: IBM) Power Systems(TM) to extend its service capabilities to Internet clients who want to increase the performance of their bare metal servers in the cloud.
USPRwire, Mon Sep 21 2015] GlobalData's Medical Devices sector report, "Bare Metal Stents - Pipeline Review, 2015" provides an overview of Bare Metal Stents currently in pipeline stage.
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11 January 2010 - US-based Svelte Medical Systems Inc said on Friday it has started the European clinical trial of its "Stent-on-a-Wire" (SOAW) cobalt-chromium Bare Metal Stent at the Thoraxcenter Research Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The trial enrolled 3,602 heart attack patients at 123 centers in 11 countries, 3,006 of whom were randomised to paclitaxel-eluting stents versus otherwise identical bare metal stents.
Results from the Swedish study of nearly 48,000 patients now suggest the devices work as promised, especially in high-risk patients, who had a 74% lower risk of having a clogged stent compared with similar patients who got a bare metal stent.