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  • Technology savvy terrorists are using 512-bit encryption, which is next to impossible to decrypt.

    Cyber Crimes

  • 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.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • In addition, the Smartminiglasstag comes with 512-bit Eeprom storage capacity and offers security features such as write protection and password protection.

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

  • ยท 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!).

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Atomic

  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Channel Register

  • 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.

    Atomic

  • The new ENGTX285 from ASUS comes equipped with 1GB of 512-bit DDR3 memory, clocked at

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