large-scale integration


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large-scale integration

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(Electronics) electronics the process of integrating several thousand circuits on a single silicon chip. Abbreviation: LSI
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ClipShout can also accommodate large-scale integration into school districts or any organization that wishes to sign up multiple schools or organizations all at once.
425 million loan from the Clean Technology Fund (CTF), which will assist Ukrenergo in the design and installation of the next generation of modern communications, grid management, and control systems, facilitating large-scale integration of wind and solar energy resources as well as to improve management and operation of the transmission network.
The consequence of this are two trends: on the one hand the demand on large-scale machines for high cavity moulds is increasing, on the other hand medical technology is experiencing a large-scale integration.
The Tokyo-based company said large-scale integration and electronics parts-related operations fared well in Japan and computers and related server business grew in Europe, but its bottom line was hit by the yen's sharp appreciation against the U.
He was part of the team that developed the industry's first capability to simulate, test, and manufacture very large-scale integration circuits, and led the IBM team that conceived the IBM ThinkPad.
lt;p>Zettl said the low-voltage electrical write/read capabilities of the memory element in the electromechanical device allows for large-scale integration and should make for easy incorporation into today's silicon processing systems.
Papers from a September 2006 conference, 86 in all, cover all aspects of the use of ultra-clean technology for large-scale integration of semiconductors, and cleaning and contamination-control in both front- end-of-line (FEOL) and back-end-of-line (BEOL) processing.
announced Monday that they will jointly develop system large-scale integration chips for third-generation mobile phone consoles to strengthen the competitiveness of NEC's 3G mobile terminal platforms for the global market.
Progress in large-scale integration has seen the capabilities of powerful desktops miniaturized into even more powerful handheld PCs, but now it is edging towards its physical limits.
Developing a Customer-centric Information Store requires large-scale integration of disparate data from multiple sources.
2bn in new production capacity for non-memory chip products and has set a target of a 44% annual jump in sales of system large-scale integration (LSI) chips to $2.
A decline in local large-scale integration and platform assembly could cost the region an additional 100,000 jobs over the next 10 years.

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