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This gravitational disturbance travels through the arcs at the right speed to be associated with Galatea, she says.
By following their rigorous and independent certification process, we now are able to provide customers with BDTI verified data that clearly shows the efficiency of the ARC Video Subsystem for H.
the Voyager control center--say they expect to discover more arcs and moons.
Typical luminous arcs, often as much as 300,000 light-years in extent, are blue, reflecting the color of the background galaxy (SN: 1/17/87, p.
Broadcom Corporation -- Broadcom previously announced it has signed a multi-year, comprehensive licensing agreement with ARC to develop leading-edge system-on-chips (SoCs) for high-growth consumer applications.
ARC intends to use the proceeds of the rights offering to partially fund the cash portion of the purchase price for its acquisition of NLASCO, Inc.
ARC is a Type A CCRC for retired military officers located in San Antonio, TX with 386 ILUs, 30 ALUs, and 91 nursing care beds (including 18 dementia care).
Derek Meyer, senior vice president of sales and marketing at ARC, said, "Boston Circuits is leading the way in the development of a new breed of multi-core processors that will provide customers with performance, ease of use, and power efficiency in a low cost package.
Because VRaptor is a heterogeneous multi-core architecture, the configurable ARC 750D CPUs, vectorized SIMD media processors, dedicated hardware accelerators, and I/O devices are programmed with the same tools and interconnected with ARC's active communication channels technology.
Upon closing of the transaction, NLASCO will operate as an independent wholly owned subsidiary of ARC, and the Company plans to retain NLASCO's current management team and operational infrastructure at its existing location in Waco, Texas.
The ARC Player Subsystem meets the needs of these applications by integrating audio and video onto a programmable subsystem that is based upon a 32-bit CPU/DSP core.