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fab

(fæb)
mod. fabulous. (Also part of the nickname of a popular British television comedy seen in the U.S., Ab Fab = Absolutely Fabulous.) Your pad is not what I’d call fab. Just okay.
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In its just published Quarterly Fab Report(TM), Strategic Marketing Associates (SMA) forecasts 35 new wafer fabs will begin to ramp the industry's monthly capacity to a new high next year.
I've been tracking wafer fab metrics for more than 20 years and I've never seen a year like this one," reflected George Burns, SMA president.
AMD continues to also increase its operational speed, accuracy and agility using APM, which includes hundreds of AMD patented technologies that dynamically and automatically optimize fab operations.
We are fully converting our fabs to the next technology generation at consistently accelerated rates.
With NBC's muscle behind them, a massive PR campaign began, featuring a shot of the Fab 5 in black suits that played like a cross between Reservoir Dogs and Charlie's Angels.
And never did anyone suggest the Fab 5 were too gay.
Closing of the transaction with Macronix is subject to several conditions, including Tower's securing required bank financing, timely commencement of fab construction, and other third party required approvals.
Tower plans to construct an advanced fab adjacent to its current facility in Migdal Haemek, Israel.
During the last decade, AMD's Fab 30 has developed a reputation as one of the semiconductor industry's most efficient manufacturing facilities.
With a proven track record of customer-centric innovation, I look forward to joining the AMD team and ensuring that Fab 30, and later Fab 38, stay at the forefront of microprocessor manufacturing for years to come.
Complementing Infineon's existing power semiconductor production sites in Europe, the Kulim plant is part of Infineon's Power fab network, which includes development and production facilities in Villach (Austria) and Regensburg (Germany).
Toshiba and SanDisk started operation of a state-of-the-art 300-millimeter (mm) wafer fab, Fab 3, in summer 2005, at Yokkaichi Operations, and have boosted the facility's capacity to meet market demand.