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PowerPC 970 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (230 words)
In computing, the PowerPC 970 and the PowerPC 970FX, also known as PowerPC G5, are 64-bit processors in the PowerPC family from IBM, which was introduced in 2002.
The PowerPC 970 is built using a 130nm manufacturing process, and the PowerPC 970FX is built using a 90nm fabrication process.
In keeping with its previous naming conventions, Apple Computer termed the PowerPC 970 the G5 in an announcement in June, 2003.
RFC 970 (rfc970) - On packet switches with infinite storage (3529 words)
In fact, if RFC 970 December 1985 On Packet Switches With Infinite Storage the departure rate is greater than one per time-to-live unit, the time-to-live of any forwarded packet will be exactly one.
Our first RFC 970 December 1985 On Packet Switches With Infinite Storage experiment, using an Ethernet on one side of the switch and a 9600 baud line on the other, resulted in 916 IP datagrams queued in the switch at peak.
RFC 970 December 1985 On Packet Switches With Infinite Storage Conclusion By breaking away from packet switching's historical fixation on buffer management, we have achieved some new insights into congestion control in datagram systems and developed solutions for some known problems in real systems.
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