coherency coherency


  1. (n) the state of cohering or sticking together
  2. (n) logical and orderly and consistent relation of parts


  • Multi-Core Communications Processor delivers scalable performance.

    With quad-issue, quad-threading, advanced out-of-order execution architecture with multi-chip coherency, XLP900 Series delivers over one trillion operations per second of compute performance. It is manufactured in 28 nm and meets network performance, security, efficiency, and scalability requirements. Features include end-to-end virtualization, security capabilities, as well as network and ...
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  1. In addition, "there could be interesting protocol extensions beyond coherency for the next generation of HyperTransport," Moore added.
    on Dec 10, 2007 By: Charles H. Moore Source:

  2. "The clustering and cache coherency management subsystems are going to be very complex, and it is literally impossible to develop them without a fast-booting virtual kernel environment," Dillon told
    on Feb 1, 2007 By: Matt Dillon Source:

  3. "This is a book is a hodgepodge with a very curious coherency; it represents a very emotional experience and offers a great number of arguments," said Cuban Minister of Culture Abel Prieto at the book launching attended by several of the artists...
    on Sep 13, 2007 By: Abel Prieto Source: Cuba Headlines

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