Sorry, no definitions found.
“Technology savvy terrorists are using 512-bit encryption, which is next to impossible to decrypt.”
“It had a randomized 512-bit scrambling system that the best computers at Fort Meade could break about a third of the time after several days of directed effort.”
“In addition, the Smartminiglasstag comes with 512-bit Eeprom storage capacity and offers security features such as write protection and password protection.”
“· Fast access from Surround SCM's light-weight client gives your team secure remote access to source files, protected by RC4 512-bit encryption (4x stronger than SSL!).”
“Secure your compressed data with password protection and encryption with strong 512-bit encryption for SITX archives and AES 256-bit encryption for Zip files.”
“On the other hand, Nvidia could have kept a 512-bit wide memory bus for this purpose, simply to allow for more onboard GPU memory, up to 8GB on Quadro or Tesla and 4GB on the GeForce cards.”
“EncryptStick is unique among USB data security offerings in that it uses 512-bit polymorphic encryption, a variable algorithm resistant to all known cryptanalytic attacks, which to this date remains unbroken with over 4 million downloads.”
“The Larrabee design used a superscalar x64 core (without the out-of-order execution of Xeons, so akin to the Atom chip in some respects) and a 512-bit vector math unit that could do 16 floating point operations per clock doing single precision math.”
“Beating within the heart of the Matrix is a GT200 core manufactured on a 55nm process, packing in 1400 million transistors that bring 240 stream processors as well as a 512-bit wide memory bus to the table, clawing a huge memory bandwidth from the 1GB of GDDR3 thanks to the ultra-wide design.”
“The new ENGTX285 from ASUS comes equipped with 1GB of 512-bit DDR3 memory, clocked at”
‘512-bit’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for 512-bit.