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kbyte

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) kilobyte
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As mentioned in Section 3.4, the 30 kByte bank of on-chip memory is configured as "Tightly Coupled" memory (TCM).
The size of used files in a day (Kbyte) Week Type 1st 2nd 3rd 4th average Reader 3676.49 5430.03 7551.514 6406.89 5766.23 Editor 10900.93 19883.35 7897.699 14557.3 13309.82 Table 4.
Similarly, for 8 Kbyte RPCs, the Amoeba bandwidth is 721 Kbytes/sec, v.
On the IBM PC, the monochrome display system has a character generator and a 4 Kbyte memory buffer (1 byte for each character and 1 byte for its attributes) to store the codes for the characters to be displayed.
Using a cross North American continent OC-3 link (approximately 60ms based on a total 3000-mile roundtrip) creates an available data window of 155Mbps X 60ms = 1,163 Kbytes. A DS3 satellite connection (540ms roundtrip) creates an available data window of 45Mbps X 540ms = 3,038 Kbytes.
Other key features include 256 Kbyte L2 cache and up to 512 Mbytes of Dual Data Rate DRAM with ECC and Compact boot flash drive on a secondary IDE up to 1 Gbyte.
The CM 214 5 1/4-inch half-height drive features the same performance and reliability, compact disc audio capability and an embedded SCSI interface with 64 kByte buffer/cache standard (256 kByte optional).
Using the SoftPartition architecture of the uniform 4 KByte sectors and uniform 64 KByte blocks, the 49 Series FWH products allow personal computer system designers to have better software granularity, which improves memory utilization.
This allows designers to seamlessly partition code or data into 4 KByte sectors, resulting in faster erase times and an overall increase in system performance.
SST is sampling the first in its All-in-OneMemory product family, the SST88VP1107 with 512 KByte instant-on boot NOR, 128 MB execute-in-place (XIP) code storage, 120 MB data storage and 12 MB system RAM for mobile and embedded applications.