i-RAM, a solid-state drive based on volatile electronic memory (RAM)
Berkeley IRAM project, research into intelligent random access memory
Internal RAM, the memory range internal to a CPU
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The i-RAM is a solid-state storage device produced by Gigabyte and released in June 2005. It has four DDR RAM DIMM slots, and a connection via a SATA port enables a PC to see the i-RAM as a hard disk drive, which can also be made bootable. The SATA interface limits available bandwidth to a maximum sustained throughput of 150 MB/s, but allows a latency of 0.1 ms.
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citizen, chief of an Edomite tribe in Mount Seir (Gen. 36:43). Irha-heres according to some MSS., meaning "city of destruction." Other MSS. read 'Irhahares; rendered "city of the sun", Isa. 19:18, where alone the word occurs. This name may probably refer to Heliopolis. The prophecy here points to a time when the Jews would so increase in number there as that the city would fall under their influence. This might be in the time of the Ptolemies. (See ON.)