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footprint

The area of land physically occupied by a building, including its square footage and shape.

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It has even done some innovation to retain the form factor - on the current Sony Xperia XZ phones, the power button doubles up as the fingerprint sensor and takes up far less space on the device than Apple's now outdated TouchID or Samsung rear fingerprint sensor.
Most servers will see an increase the number of drives from 50% to 100% when they adopt the small form factor.
Through its code compatibility with the C64x family of devices, the TCI6482 can also help to reduce the development and design costs associated with expanding an OEM's infrastructure product line to support multiple standards and form factors.
The current interface for small form factor is CF+, a 50-pin interconnect that features parallel ATA in a confined space.
Design engineers in the embedded market are developing increasingly complex designs within small form factors," said Erik Salo, AMD's director of marketing for the Personal Connectivity Solutions Group.
The C8051F360 Small Form Factor MCU family is available now with pricing beginning at $2.
We are seeing an increased adoption of small form factor desktops in settings such as healthcare, education, financial institutions and call-centers," said Tom Tobul, executive director, desktop marketing, Lenovo.
Tablet PC vendors have been offering enhancements and new form factors to increase their popularity.
OEMs can, however, capture market share by shipping the right Fibre Channel support in the right form factor to the right customers for the targeted market.
HyperGrid technology results in interconnect solutions that offer the same tiny form factor, high node count and stackability features required in many micro-miniature applications, without the electrical, repeatability or cost limitations associated with other technologies such as pogo pins, fuzz buttons, and conductive elastomers.
The new SiP solution integrates advanced logic and memory technology into a single package, reducing component count and shrinking form factors for handheld devices.