CMOS


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CMOS

abbr.
complementary metal oxide semiconductor

CMOS

(ˈsiːmɒs)
acronym for
(Computer Science) complementary metal oxide silicon: CMOS memory.
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The "Effective Quality Oversight of Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMOs)" conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The 3U3MRXSAAC CMOS sensor under development reflects the continuation of our business strategy that leverages the high-quality imaging technology Canon is able to achieve.
In order to withstand this intensifying pressure while improving operational efficiencies, CMOs large and small are sunsetting their traditional data management workflows in favor of digital tools specially designed to ensure that data are complete, consistent, enduring, and available.
It is imperative to mention that Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) is not regulating prices of CMOs except for Significant Market Power (SMP) operator as the mobile market is competitive.
The latest CMOS image sensors offer high pixel count and great image quality, but they are often not one-to-one replacements for CCDs, because the pixels are generally smaller.
To help understand how brands can win in a digital economy, Dan Aegis Network, a leading communications and media company made up of 10 global network brands, conducted a major global survey of 1,000 CMOs and senior-level marketers from across 10 markets and across industry sectors.
According to data from market researcher IC Insights, it is estimated that the annual sales of CMOS image sensors will grow 10 percent this year at $13.7 billion in 2018.
The most commonly used control signals in CMOS RAM cell are Write Enable (WE), Output Enable (OE), and Chip Select (CS).
Today, as the Canadian society committed to furthering the atmospheric, oceanic, and related sciences, CMOS counts more than 700 individual and organizational members, of which 28 are based in the United States.
All CMOs are involved in aggressive marketing campaigns and promotions.
In business-to-business (B2B) companies, where companies transact with other businesses rather than individual consumers, CMOs are often less influential internally.