Processing In Memory (PIM)
Definition - What does Processing In Memory (PIM) mean?
Processing in memory (PIM) is a process through which computations and processing can be performed within a computer, server or related device’s memory. It enables faster processing on tasks that reside within the computer memory module.
Processing in memory is also known as processor in memory.
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