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CEC

Commodities Exchange Center

A building in New York that once provided the offices and trading floors for Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange, Commodity Exchange, Inc, New York Cotton Exchange, New York Futures Exchange, and New York Mercantile Exchange. It was built in 1977 and used until the 9/11 terrorist attacks, when the Center was badly damaged. After this, the five exchanges found different offices.
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The FA626 inter-mixes two different Vts throughout the processor complex, high Vt for non-critical path circuits, and low Vt for the critical paths.
Unisys Corporation today announced the release of the eXtended Processor Complex - Locking (XPC-L), a database record locking innovation for multi-host clustered mainframe environments.
The software development model is made simple by enabling the developer to program in a traditional uni-processor construct, while the hardware manages packet-handling tasks in the embedded processor complex.
11a MAC, these controllers also feature advanced network functionality such as forward error correction (FEC) for maximizing throughput and range, a high-speed packet engine with direct memory access for optimizing data flow, and an ARM processor complex for running network protocols and services.
An example of a fully configured Pentium-based system includes an Intel Pentium 60MHz processor, 64-bit processor complex, two VESA local bus slots, 8MB of RAM, 256Kb processor cache, 3.
11a MAC functionality, ShareWave's network controllers also include forward error correction (FEC) for maximizing throughput and range, a high-speed packet engine with direct memory access (DMA) for optimizing data flow, and an ARM processor complex for running network protocols and services.
It features four hot swap N+1 power supplies, including separate power grids for the processor complex and the I/O bay, allowing complete power isolation.
IBM's new PS/2 (A) 486DX2-66 MHz Processor Complex -- available immediately -- lets users of its PS/2 Models 90 and 95 desktop and server systems boost overall performance up to 71 percent, while maintaining software and hardware compatibility with base equipment, features and applications.
The S/390 G5 Server processor complex also sets high marks by delivering internal memory bandwidth that exceeds 15 GB (gigabytes or billion bytes) per second and includes 8 MB (megabytes) of Level 2 cache memory packaged in chips containing an industry-leading 60 million transistors.
Because most of the enhancements are implemented on the processor complex, existing Model 90 and 95 customers can upgrade to this new level of system performance by simply installing the new processor complex.

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