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 VA stand for?
VA stands for Virtual Address
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 67 other meanings of VA in our Acronym Attic
- Vickers-Armstrong (British gun manufacturer)
- Victoria and Albert Order (British)
- Video Amplifier
- Vietnamese Airlines
- View Askew (gaming, Counter Strike)
- Villous Adenoma
- Vinyl Acetate
- Viral Arthritis
- Virginia (US postal abbreviation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A translation lookaside buffer (TLB) is a cache used to improve the speed of virtual address translation.
These provide a virtual address to customers not wishing to use their home address.
However, Opteron is not a "pure" 64-bit compute architecture; it incorporates a 48-bit virtual address space and a 40-bit physical address space, versus Itanium 2's 64-bit virtual addressing and 50-bit physical address space.
has announced a powerful system design tool that makes it easier for application developers to take advantage of the INTEGRITY RTOS's virtual address spaces and secure interprocess communication channels.
If your home e-mail address is starting to get a few too many unwelcome, unsolicitied junk e-letters, using a free-mail virtual address to do such things as register with sites online is a way to cut the gelatinized meat byproducts.
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.
Express Logic achieves memory protection with minimal software or hardware overhead by using the processor's Memory Protection Unit (MPU) or Memory Management Unit (MMU) and no virtual address space.