Jam sync

“Jam sync” is a term used in the computer industry to describe the process of synchronizing two or more devices by sending a signal from one device to another. This signal is typically a short burst of data that contains information about the current time, date, and other relevant information. The receiving device can then … Read more

Ice Lake

The Ice Lake microprocessor is a CPU designed by Intel that was released in August, 2016. It is the successor to the Broadwell microprocessor. The Ice Lake microprocessor is fabricated on Intel’s 14nm process. The main difference between the Ice Lake microprocessor and its predecessor is that it uses a new microarchitecture, called Sunny Cove. … Read more

Memory coherence

Memory coherence is a memory management technique that ensures that data stored in memory is consistent across all devices in a system. Data consistency means that data is correct and up-to-date across all devices. Memory coherence is important for systems with multiple processors or devices that share memory. Multiprocessor systems need a way to ensure … Read more


A substrate is a material used as the foundation or base for creating a circuit or other electronic component. The substrate material must have certain properties in order to be suitable for circuit fabrication, including high electrical insulation, high mechanical strength, and high thermal conductivity. Common substrate materials include glass, ceramic, and plastic. What is … Read more

Pentium 3

The Pentium 3 was a microprocessor released by Intel in 1999. It was the successor to the Pentium 2 and was the first Pentium-branded processor to be based on the Intel P6 microarchitecture. The Pentium 3 was succeeded by the Pentium 4 in 2000. The Pentium 3 was the first processor to include the Intel … Read more