Did you mayhaps mean coprocessor?
- n. alternative spelling of coprocessor.
- co- + processor (Wiktionary)
“In the case of Azul, the appliance is a kind of Java co-processor that sits on the network providing compute assistance to many different Java applications running on many different machines.”
“The technician whom I now know intimately as Ernesto - but at the time named the Nerd because he would not, like his kind everywhere, make eye contact - told me the problem was either the central card of operations (apparently you don't say motherboard around here) or the co-processor, and gave me the Dell phone number in Mexico.”
“To Dell's credit, the technician considered the cost of new memory, a new motherboard, the speed of the co-processor, and the age of my machine, and told me that in his opinion it was worth while fixing my present machine.”
“The delay, he said, was due to Apple's system-on-chip architectural change from supplier PortalPlayer to another supplier -- probably Samsung -- that can offer an integrated audio-video co-processor.”
“Similar capabilities are already built into Apple's G4 and G5 Macs, which have a floating-point co-processor called AltiVec, which handles complex, data-intensive calculations for the main processor.”
“When it comes to market, the chip will likely be sold to consumers as a co-processor -- an add-on PCI card that works in parallel with a PC's main processor, just like an add-on graphics card.”
“Basically, you have a hardware co-processor within a machine which contains some unique secret symmetric key not known to anybody other than the co-processor.”
“Also assume that the co-processor is also to take a hash h of whatever kernel k is running on the ordinary CPU.”
“If CMOS byte 41, bit 4 is high (co-processor disabled), SQL Administrator will hang.”
“Even the Motorola 68000 processor used in the Macintosh came as a co-processor for the AppleII.”
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