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This is especially the case where just-in-time and Lean buffering strategies are in place.
In addition, some systems use data buffering along with sophisticated "pacing" algorithms to balance the load from multiple video sources, which helps to reduce network traffic and keeps storage devices, such as tape drives, from being overwhelmed with data.
By buffering the ENTsol(TM) Hypertonic Solution, Kenwood Therapeutics is able to increase tolerability, reduce irritation and increase patient compliance and relief versus non-buffered solutions.
Express Logic's ThreadX V5 introduced many new and useful features, including performance statistics collection and event-trace buffering.
The main bottleneck in these types of designs is the speed of the memory chips that are being used by the XOR engine for its data buffering (Fig 1).