In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1femenino producciónmasculino rendimientothe throughput of orders is too slow — el procesamiento de los pedidos es demasiado lento
- Theoretical maximum throughputs listed in specifications are rarely achieved in the real world.
- The result is that memory performance hampers the overall throughput of today's systems.
- The network provides consistent data throughputs of 1 MB / s for stationary users, with bursts up to 6 MB / s.
- The incremental cost to add a new process is higher than the cost to increase the throughput of an existing process.
- The engine has been enhanced to make use of Hardware Transform and Lighting, and the higher throughput of more recent cards.
- It could be that your new system is not getting as much throughput to your hard disks as it should be.
- The question is, do we really need the kind of throughputs the new services are offering?
- Being a major transit airport, Schipol has a throughput of 40 million passengers a year.
- All systems have inputs, throughputs, outputs, and a feedback loop.
- Faster throughput means the ability to deliver large files in the least amount of time.
- The throughput and the movement and what nurses have to do now in the ward area is just incredible, and the beds are never cold.
- The new line of three systems sets the industry benchmark with 30 nm sensitivity and throughputs of up to 1,800 defects per hour.
- Craig Bewley says that the throughput of course candidates per month in Ireland is now hitting 1,000.
- It also insisted there was capacity in the sector for the weekly throughput of pigs.
- We'll have higher capacities, and faster throughputs, but the competitive landscape just isn't going to change.
- We are delighted with the transaction throughput and that we are the only banking institution to offer such facilities in the town.
- Even where raw throughputs exceed a gigabit per second, geosynchronous satellites are supremely ill-suited to conveying IP traffic.
- Both ADSL and cable modems offer throughputs over 100 kbps, but as consumers learn more about the two technologies, they may start gravitating toward DSL.
- With Tanglewood, however, Intel is moving away from its cache crushing chips and toward a more throughput oriented design.
- Alternatively, the box can be set to use both processors in tandem without failover protection, doubling its throughput.
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