Manufacturer part number is a unique identifier of a part used in a particular industry. Its purpose is to simplify referencing to that part. A part number unambiguously defines a part within a single manufacturer. More on “MPN” at en.wikipedia.org
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What is “EAN”?
An EAN barcode (originally "European Article Number") is a 13 digit (12 + check digit) barcoding standard which is a superset of the original 12-digit Universal Product Code (UPC) system. More on “EAN” at en.wikipedia.org
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What is “UNSPSC”?
UNSPSC is the acronym for the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code, it is a coding system to classify both products and services for use in eCommerce. More on “UNSPSC” at en.wikipedia.org
What is the UNSPSC of the “Apple Mac Pro Workstation”?
What is “UPC”?
UPC (The Universal Product Code) is a a specific type of barcode, that is widely used in Canada and the United States for tracking trade items in stores. More on “UPC” at en.wikipedia.org
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What are the Controller Types of the “Apple Mac Pro Workstation”?
What are the Interfaces & Ports of the “Apple Mac Pro Workstation”?
What is “DVI”?
The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video interface standard designed to provide very high visual quality on digital display devices such as flat panel LCD computer displays and digital projectors. More on “DVI” at en.wikipedia.org
Computer memory refers to devices that are used to store data or programs on a temporary or permanent basis for use in an electronic digital computer. Volatile memory is computer memory that requires power to maintain the stored information. There are two main types of memory: volatile and non-volatile. Current volatile memory technology is usually either static RAM (SRAM) or dynamic RAM (DRAM). More on “Memory Technology” at en.wikipedia.org
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What is “DDR2 SDRAM”?
DDR2 SDRAM or double-data-rate two synchronous dynamic random access memory is a random access memory technology used for high speed storage of the working data of a computer or other digital electronic device. It is a part of the SDRAM (synchronous dynamic random access memory) family of technologies, which is one of many DRAM (dynamic random access memory) implementations, and is an evolutionary improvement over its predecessor, DDR SDRAM. Its primary benefit is the ability to operate the external data bus twice as fast as DDR SDRAM. This is achieved by improved bus signaling, and by operating the memory cells at half the clock rate (one quarter of the data transfer rate), rather than at the clock rate as in the original DDR. DDR2 memory at the same clock speed as DDR will provide the same bandwidth but markedly higher latency, providing worse performance. More on “DDR2 SDRAM” at en.wikipedia.org
What is the Processor Series of the “Apple Mac Pro Workstation”?
What is “Xeon”?
The Xeon is a brand of multiprocessing- or multi-socket-capable x86 microprocessors from Intel Corporation targeted at the non-consumer server, workstation and embedded system markets. More on “Xeon” at en.wikipedia.org