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- abbr. million instructions per second
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- n. Millions of Instructions Per Second
- n. Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages
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- n. (computer science) a unit for measuring the execution speed of a computer's CPU (but not the whole system)
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(NasdaqGS: MIPS) announced today that they have partnered to deliver models of MIPS® processor cores to Carbon's SoC Designer customers.
Nasdaq: MIPS), a leading provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores for digital consumer, home networking, wireless, communications and business applications, today announced that dozens of the world's leading electronics companies introduced and demonstrated devices and technologies based on the popular MIPS® architecture during the recent International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Another company called MIPS does roughly the same thing on a smaller scale.
The database, known as MIPS (Manatee Individual Photo-identification System), contains photos and identification notes for thousands of individual manatees, who are assigned a reference number so that their locations, new scars, health, and reproductive habits can be updated over the course of their lifetime.
Next Inning Research's Paul McWilliams called MIPS Technologies a Brainy Smart Phone
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- scrutinized the Pocket PC 2k MIPS support (tested on E-125); none of the (current versions) of these applications run on MIPS, which is indeed a pity.
Until recently these counters were only available on Intel and AMD chips but they have now been made available on alternate, embedded, architectures such as MIPS and ARM.
When we are talking of mobility, MIPS of the terminal is as relevant as it was before.
Yes, it was based on the very common MIPS core, but the system on a chip they constructed was custom, and this was part of their selling point.
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