The global memory chip industry is hit hard by a supply glut that has driven chip prices well below their manufacturing costs.
What does GM stand for?
GM stands for Global Memory
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Giant-Man (comic)
- Gingival Margin
- Girly Man
- Global Mechanism (UN Convention to Combat Desertification)
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In the introduction Phillips and Reyes write, [a]ny given instance of public memory--the restoration of a church, the construction of a monument, the remembrance of a fallen leader--occurs within specific local/national parameters, but it is our contention that many of these instances will be more intelligible when rendered within a framework of global memory than if understood solely in relation to local and national forces.
New7Wonders said its aim is to create a global memory by garnering participation worldwide.
The Virtual Matrix Architecture allows Symmetrix V-Max Engines to interconnect and share resources, enabling the system to scale to 1024GB of global memory, with twice as many front-end and back-end connections compared to the Symmetrix DMX-4 systems.
Small-scale studies looking at hormonal intervention in women following a surgical menopause showed that those randomly assigned to hormone therapy maintain their scores on short-term global memory tasks compared to those assigned to placebo.
Through this, the AHPCRC is also supporting the Defense Science Board's Task Force on Supercomputing recommendation related to the development and acquisition of high-end computing systems with improved processor to global memory latency and bandwidth for critical defense applications.
It represents a radical departure from switch- and bus-based approaches by employing a point-to-point matrix interconnect that provides unimpeded data movement from front-end I/O Channel Directors, through global memory and to back-end Disk I/O Directors.
The three companies, which make up a majority of the $12 billion global memory market, described the U.