memory cache


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Noun1.memory cache - (computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updatedmemory cache - (computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated; used to optimize data transfers between system elements with different characteristics
buffer storage, buffer store, buffer - (computer science) a part of RAM used for temporary storage of data that is waiting to be sent to a device; used to compensate for differences in the rate of flow of data between components of a computer system
disk cache - a cache that stores copies of frequently used disk sectors in random access memory (RAM) so they can be read without accessing the slower disk
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
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The paper also validates an on-die mesh bus, also operating at 4GHz, connecting the Arm core in each chiplet to its memory cache. In turn, the two chiplets connect with each other through TSMCs unique Low-voltage-In-Package-INterCONnect (LIPINCONTM), reaching data rates of 8 gigabits per second per pin (Gb/s/pin) with good power efficiency, versus performance ranging from 2 to 5.3 Gb/s/pin for comparable interconnect solutions demonstrated in recent papers.
In this work, for simplicity we have stored the exact MIB information in the Switch agent memory cache as we have used for the SNMP MIB information.
This scenario requires a memory cache. The memory cache can persist these loaded images and shorten the time of loading pictures again when the data in the memory cache is no longer available.
Mary Ellen Bates (mbates@BatesInfo.com, Reluctant-Entrepreneur.com) purges her assumptions buffer regularly, along with her short-term memory cache.
The new vulnerabilities pit the multiple CPU cores inside modern processors against each other and take advantage of the way memory cache access works in multi-core systems.
(6) Cache Mode (CM): CM = {[cm.sub.1] and [cm.sub.2], cubic CM}, where [cm.sub.1] stand for memory cache whose cache efficiency is high and is difficult to share and maintain; [cm.sub.2] stand for file cache which is difficult to share synchronized copy; [cm.sub.3] stand for memory file caching, has advantages of the two cache mentioned above, to maintain cache shared and cache consistency.
Overall network data speeds are increased by checking more data via the unit's WAN memory cache and removing duplicates from the data flow, so less data is required to be transferred with each flow.
Project leader Bernard Weintraub, MPH, an APHA member since 1950, is planning to tap into his own memory cache for some of the details.
[6.] Heinrich M.: "The Performance And Scalability of Distributed Shared Memory Cache Coherence Protocols".
The WDirect 1000 Information node offers interoperability and scalability, local memory cache, fast content delivery, simple mounting and positioning, services authorisation, modular design and statistical analysis tracking.
The higher clock rate and increased memory cache combine to significantly increase processing performance, according to the company.