fiberization

fi·ber·ize

 (fī′bə-rīz′)
tr.v. fi·ber·ized, fi·ber·iz·ing, fi·ber·iz·es
To break into fibers.

fi′ber·i·za′tion (-bər-ĭ-zā′shən) n.

fiberization

(ˌfaɪbəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

fiberisation

n
the process or practice of breaking into fibres
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In this respect, insulated shippers industry is witnessing an increasing adoption of fiberization technology through which product manufacturers can maximize the function of fiber separation.
The federal minister had said that penetration of fiberization, broadband, mobile phones and smart phones will be enhanced across the country and added that PTI government is committed for promotion of information technology in the country
This includes efficient operations and energy management, fiberization as well as modernization of structures and offerings.
The Group is committed to laying foundations of a 5G-ready Pakistan but it requires prerequisites including fiberization, better smartphone penetration as well as spectrum availability and policies on part of government.
He said the penetration of fiberization, broadband, mobile phones and smart phones will be enhanced across the country.
The federal minister said that penetration of fiberization, broadband, mobile phones and smart phones will be enhanced across the country.
New network architectures will be implemented, including macro site densification, small cell deployment and massive fiberization, creating an all-time-high need for compact and efficient high-speed optical transceivers.
The conditions on the sampling operator are then obtained using fiberization techniques on that sum.
Additional efforts to reduce processing costs such as lowering the pretreatment temperature prior to fiberization in an atmospheric refiner would help reduce overall costs as long as properties were equal or superior to those from commercial products.
The product is prepared from recycled newspaper as the starting material using a dry fiberization technology.
It's okay to dream of the "fiberization" of the nation's telephone lines in the wake of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) policy decisions in February.