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HBM

(in Britain) abbreviation for
His (or Her) Britannic Majesty

H.B.M.

Her Britannic Majesty; His Britannic Majesty.
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Achieving a higher BVnb has until now required a trade-off with securing HBM robustness, and achieving both has required a bigger die, in order to electrically isolate substrates and the inside of the die.
The HBM can be viewed as a cognitive motivation approach.
HBM Prenscia joins nCode and ReliaSoft software products, training and consulting to offer solutions in the disciplines of durability, data analysis and reliability.
The GEN7tA has seven slots for HBM Genesis data acquisition cards, allowing users to configure a system with up to 224 channels per unit.
The 2013 JEDEC HBM memory standard, JESD235 was developed for high-end graphics and gaming applications.
For more than 60 years, the name HBM stands for reliability, precision and innovation all over the world.
HBM contributed with EUR20m in the transaction, becoming a shareholder in AAA.
The Act established the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) (7) as the overseeing body corporate which deals with issues about the use of HBM for research.
The newly developed periphery library with built-in ESD protection structures offers latch up-free 8kV HBM ESD protection for maximum supply voltages of 20V and 50V and 4kV HBM at 120V.
The decrease in the valuation of the biggest public investments was offset by the US dollar rise against the Swiss franc, HBM said.
Using a system that allowed the investigators to selectively express HBM mutations of Lrp5 in osteocytes, the team accurately recreated in the mice the increased bone strength seen in human patients with the same mutations, showing that Lrp5 functions locally in bone to regulate bone mass.