These novel tips will allow for characterizing three dimensional high-aspect ratio and sidewall structures of critical dimensions such as nano-optical photonic components and semiconductor architectures which is a bottle-neck
in reaching more efficient manufacturing techniques.
County council leader Ian Bottrill (Lab, Bedworth Mount Pleasant), who lives on the town's Burnside estate, said: "As someone who lives on the estate myself, I am well aware the junctions from Ambleside Road and Newdigate Road are a bottle-neck
The launch of AKTAxpress means that purifying tagged proteins will no longer be a bottle-neck
in a researcher's workflow," says Allan Simpson, vice president, research and analysis marketing, at Amersham Biosciences.
Keeping verification on schedule is the number one bottle-neck
for chip designers," commented Graham Bell, Director of Marketing at Averant.
Xpedio eliminates the Web master bottle-neck
by enabling everyone across the enterprise to easily contribute, manage and automatically publish content from their desktops, delivering dynamic, personalized and accurate information to other employees, customers and partners.
Yu Deng, the President of Bluepoint, said: "The lack of reliable technical support and the lack of high quality Linux solutions that meet the need of the Chinese market have been a bottle-neck
in the Linux development in China.
This achievement marks the transition of ADSL technology from single vendor limitations to widespread interoperability; removing the principal bottle-neck
to the mass deployment of broadband services for residential and business consumers.
The PCI bus can be a common bottle-neck
for today's graphic subsystems.
The secretary discussed the removal of bottle-necks