form factor


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form factor

n.
A specification for the physical dimensions and configuration of a device or component.
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5" drive form factor, data centers will see a huge boost in IOPS per U.
Addressing the need for robust wireless networks capable of providing consumers with the latest applications, Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE:TXN) (TI) has announced a next generation programmable DSP capable of handling multiple 3G air interface standards and a range of base station form factors on a single chip.
Title: Android Smartphones & Tablets Installed Base by Device Model, Form Factor, Country & Region Q2'2012
CE-ATA promises to deliver a storage interface tailored to the needs of small form factor disk drives in handheld applications used in fast growing consumer devices such as audio/video players and mobile phones.
The AMD Geode GX SOM-144 RDK is based on the x86 architecture and is optimized to provide optimal power/performance for small form factors.
Silicon Laboratories has built a leading portfolio of functionally dense, small form factor 8-bit MCUs," said Derrell Coker, vice president of Silicon Laboratories.
The highly scalable appliances feature Serial ATA (SATA) drive technology in 1U and 2U form factors with storage capacities ranging from 480GB to 4.
Hardware can help support all of these form factors by also providing the same capabilities across a range of products.
The ThinkCentre A55 SFF desktop is approximately 64 percent smaller than Lenovo's traditional tower form factor and 25 percent smaller than its conventional small desktop.
The form factor question has become all the more compelling as a new class of cost-conscious FC users emerges, namely small and medium business (SMBs).
The new SiP solution integrates advanced logic and memory technology into a single package, reducing component count and shrinking form factors for handheld devices.
HyperGrid technology results in interconnect solutions that offer the same tiny form factor, high node count and stackability features required in many micro-miniature applications, without the electrical, repeatability or cost limitations associated with other technologies such as pogo pins, fuzz buttons, and conductive elastomers.