More dollars were spent over the past year for these types of instruments than all storage products combined and an order of magnitude more files were generated by them than were by Microsoft Office or email users in the same facilities.
What does O stand for?
O stands for Order of Magnitude (computer algorithms)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of O
- Ohne Hauch (antigen)
- Omikron (German: Omicron; 15th letter of the Greek alphabet)
- Operator (telephone)
- Oprah (magazine)
- Optional Levels (board test for high schoolers, UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
During testing of fatigue behavior it was determined that the forged steel steering knuckle had a longer life of two orders of magnitude compared with the cast aluminum and one order of magnitude greater than the cast iron.
By the end of 10 selection cycles, there emerged a population of phages whose concentrations rarely dropped by more than one order of magnitude in 18 hours, reported Merril and his colleagues in the April 16 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
1 to one micron (an order of magnitude smaller than those of microcellular plastics), and cell densities of around |10.
In addition to avoiding the losses associated with the transport of UCN through guides and windows, the excellent dielectric properties of liquid helium allows one to increase the applied electric field by nearly an order of magnitude as compared to the traditional experiments operated in vacuum.
It allows all writes to approach native LAN speeds, many times an order of magnitude faster than writes without this feature.