In-Line

Business / Finance / In-Line: (1) Firm is now followed by analysts at a particular securities house; (2) Indication to cover short position by purchasing the underlying stock (this cancels out the short position).

Single In-Line Package (SIP)

Technology / Computers / Single In-Line Package (SIP): Abbreviation of single in-line package, a type of housing for electronic components in which the connecting pins protrude from one side. Compare with DIP and PGA. A SIP is also called a Single In-line MORE

Dual In-Line Memory Module (DIMM)

Technology / Computers / Dual In-Line Memory Module (DIMM): DIMM is a later version of memory than that of its earlier SIMM (Single In-line) counterpart. A DIMM module was introduced for the Pentium processor because the Pentium processor needed a 64 bit path. MORE

Single In-Line Memory Module (SIMM)

Technology / Computers / Single In-Line Memory Module (SIMM): A small circuit board that can hold a group of memory chips. Typically, SIMMs hold up 8 (on Macintoshes) or 9 (on PCs) RAM chips. On PCs, the ninth chip is often used for parity error checking. Unlike MORE

Dual In-Line Package (DIP)

Technology / Computers / Dual In-Line Package (DIP): This is a type of chip that was most popular when memory was directly installed on the motherboard. It can be identified by its rectangular casing and has two rows of connector pins on both sides. MORE

Rambus In-Line Memory Module (RIMM)

Technology / Computers / Rambus In-Line Memory Module (RIMM): RIMM is a synchronous dynamic random access memory (RAM) module that is used on newer motherboards. RIMM's are manufactured by Rambus Corporation. MORE

In-Line Skating

Health / Fitness / In-Line Skating: A type of skating in which you wear skates with urethane wheels that enable you to glide, sprint, curve, turn, and spin. MORE

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