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non vo luh tuhl

  • a  not volatilizing readily
    a nonvolatile acid

  • The "flavor gems" used by Standard Brands to show that its Blue Bonnet margarine is as good as "high-price spread" (oleo lingo for butter) are actually drops of a nonvolatile .
  • Scientists know that the nonvolatile compounds in food are tasted; the volatile ones are both tasted and smelled.
  • In a year, Nantero expects to produce a commercial prototype for a chip with "nonvolatile random-access memory" (NRAM), which means its chips won't forget how to run all its .
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  • Cryptographic Authenticator suits medical and industrial applications.
    Model DS28E35 DeepCover® Secure Authenticator integrates FIPS 186-based, Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm engine to implement public-key cryptography to operate challenge-and-response protocol between host controller and attached devices. Specified over -40 to +85°C temperature range, it includes nonvolatile memory, random number generator, and decrement-only usage counter. Operating ...
    June 21, 2013 - ThomasNet

  • Paul Otellini in BBC News
    The creation of this new company supports Intel's intent to maintain its industry-leading position in nonvolatile memory and enables us to rapidly enter a fast-growing portion of the flash market segment,said Paul Otellini, Intel president...
  • Stuart Parkin in
    Stuart Parkin, IBM Fellow and one of the researchers over at the company's Almaden Research Center, believes that the technology could lead to a "nonvolatile memory device with the high performance and reliability of conventional solid-state memory...

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