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EMS

abbreviation for EUROPEAN MONETARY SYSTEM.
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Each device offers dedicated music or gaming keys, expanded memory, large screens and extended battery performance to provide quick and easy access to entertainment content, the company said.
All three LBP models incorporate expanded memory capacities to provide high-speed image processing of data, up to 384MB RAM for Color imageRUNNER LBP5960/5360 and up to 320MB RAM for the imageRUNNER LBP3460, and feature a standard USB 2.0 High Speed interface for direct connection to a host, as well as 10/100BaseTX Ethernet interface for shared use and remote monitoring in networked environments, the company claims.
Giving customers up to an 8x performance increase over previous SPARC processor generations, improved I/O and expanded memory capabilities, these enhanced systems are ideal for enterprise applications, consolidation projects and migrations.
It features full IEC 61000-4-30 Class A compliance, expanded memory and measurement capability, a user-configurable logging function and new logging and reporting software.
Intended for medium and large organizations considering appliance-based Web filtering, the iPrism Model 3000 Internet access-management appliance features a high-performance processor, a gigabit NIC and expanded memory. Two 120-GB hard disks with RAID provide room for storing log data, which can easily be transformed into valuable reports.
The control's data storage capacity is 4 GB eliminating the need to purchase expanded memory.
The expanded memory buffer of 8 GB allows users to capture deeper traces over longer time periods.
The cameras also feature 8MB of internal flash memory, and the SD card slot allows for expanded memory.
Bingaman's particular Palm, which contains expanded memory, a road map program and a color display area, sells for about $200, he said.
With a 200 MHz Power PC processor and expanded memory capacity, the Cisco Aironet 1200 Series supports the operation of two 54 Mbps radios simultaneously and a 10/100 Ethernet interface, and can evolve to support new software features as they become available.
TLS 6.5, representing the latest release from Turbolinux's award-winning server software, has improved storage capability, increased stability and expanded memory support, all of which are newly integrated into the base product.

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