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- n. See megahertz.
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- n. megahertz
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- n. one million periods per second
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MHz Megahertz -- international unit for megacycle.
How many processor cores and what is their megacycle capability are you planning to deploy in each server?
Beyond the free right now, it'll supposedly be priced by the CPU megacycle as opposed to "instance" that's running, so it can be much more fine-grained than Amazon.
The FAQ says it’s a megacycle, but that doesn’t really answer the question.
Guerrera’s armored force is hot on Ace’s tail as he roars across the open desert on his megacycle.
For Ogg’s statement, “The best of my memory is that this was in the 4 megacycle range” i.e., the 4,000-kilocycle band see his oral history interview of May 4–6, 1983, pp. 35, 39, 42, conducted by Commander Irwin G.