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When a data stream is sent to ProtecTIER, HyperFactor scans all the data in the stream and uses the memory resident index to filter out the identical items at a very fine level of granularity.
Increased transaction performance is achieved with the combination of Kabira's memory resident transaction processing architecture and the large memory capacity (256GB/chassis) and high-speed server blade interconnect architecture of Hitachi's 'BladeSymphony.
The new Windows component version for Kaspersky Anti-Virus Business Optimal has an array of substantial additions, including the implementation of iChecker technology into the memory resident anti-virus module Monitor.
Lucid 3-D can run as a memory resident program or as the primary program.
While other PC-based Y2K fixes are memory resident (TSR) software, PCfix 2000 is the only utility on the market that doesn't take up valuable memory space after boot up.
In-memory Technology - Memory resident bitmap indexing can be used for quickly analyzing very large data volumes.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- Symantec Corporation (Nasdaq: SYMC) today announced an agreement to incorporate Helix Software's Cloaking technology into their DOS memory resident utility packages.
Finally, a complete Hardware shutdown, similar to what a hard reset is on a PDA device, allows for a complete hardware memory resident digital imprints, in cases like a BIOS update or major hardware change occurs.