Award: Virtual address extension (vax) emulation utility system Contract award dollar amount: 58200 Contract award date: March 12, 2013 Contractor name : SALEM AUTOMATION INC.
What does AE stand for?
AE stands for Address Extension (Sprint)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 90 other meanings of AE in our Acronym Attic
- Action Entry
- Action Express (pistol cartridge)
- Active Emission
- Active Enhancement
- Activity End Invocation (ITU-T)
- Acute Exacerbation
- Adaptive Enterprise (HP)
- Adaptive Equalizer
- Adaptive Equipment (palliative care)
- Additional Entry (USPS)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Three articles address extensions of standard discrete mathematics content.
Support for Physical Address Extensions, allowing the use of up to 64GB of RAM on supported x86 platforms.
Windows 2000 Data Center supports Intel's PAE physical address extensions on 32-bit platforms, which enables support for up to 64Gb of physical memory, up 16 times over NT 4.
In perhaps one of the most comprehensive studies, a component of the United Nations Commission on Crime and Criminal Justice surveyed 3,000 Virtual Address Extension (VAX) sites in Canada, Europe, and the United States in 1991 to assess computer security threats and crimes.
The OVP Fast Processor Models include support for both the 32 and 16-bit instructions, as well as the MMU, MPU, TCM, VFP, NEON, TrustZone, virtualization and Large Physical Address Extension (LPAE) features.
0 offers support for two new addressing modes for servers with large memories: Physical Address Extension (PAE) allows 32-bit servers to address more than 4GB memory, and 64-bit addressing for up to 1TB of memory; and, support for Trusted Platform Modules, which provide hardware based security, attestation and trust, as well as security features contributed from IBM's secure hypervisor initiative.
The technologies demonstrated include large-memory support using Intel's Physical Address Extension (PAE) on an Intel 8-processor Pentium III Xeon server, Sequent's workload management tool, and new technology from IBM that allows the Microsoft Windows NT(R) 4.