The thinner the slice, the crisper or drier your chips
As more functions get added and there is convergence between all sorts of consumer electronics technology, there will be a need to develop more function-rich chips
, he says.
If we can save a buck a ton on every load of chips
going into a digester, the added benefits of improved product quality and productivity will easily justify the capital spending that many older pulpwood systems desperately need," he concluded.
It's a silicon or plastic chip
with compartments containing cells of this organ here and that organ there.
are designed to last 10 years and incorporate digital signature and encryption technology.
PLC on a Chip
" is a programmable logic controller (PLC) on a single microprocessor chip
Compared to conventional approaches, the SoCMosaic custom chip
HW/SW co-development environment allows software development to begin as much as one year sooner.
True to its claim, the Tostitos Scoops tortilla chips
proved to be the favorite dipping chip
among the competitors.
In marked contrast to the debacle of the 1GHz Pentium III introduction, where that chip
was introduced yet unavailable to OEMs for six months, Intel officials indicated that the chips
will ship to OEMs in volume immediately following the rollout.
Mills Supplying the Paper Industry Are Clearcutting the South
does not have the resources of the Rent Stabilization Association (RSA) to hire full-time counselors or professional lobbyists - which Margulies insists are essential to the industry - they do have the ability to compliment those efforts with the personal touch.
Arguably, the introduction of Cyrix's 486SLC class chips
forced Intel to move up the deadline for the introduction of the Pentium.