As has been previously announced, Motif has experienced slippage in the delivery of its first Active Addressing Integrated Circuits (AAICs), and in the production of LCDs.
What does AAIC stand for?
AAIC stands for Active Addressing Integrated Circuits
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 28 other meanings of AAIC in our Acronym Attic
- American Association of Instructors of the Blind (est. 1871)
- Anglo Arab Insurance Brokers (high risk insurance; various locations)
- Arab African International Bank
- Automation Alley International Business Center (Troy, MI)
- Akaun Amanah Industri Bekalan Elektrik (Malay: Malaysian Electricity Supply Industries Trust Account; est. 1997; power generating companies fund)
- Anderson/Abruzzo International Balloon Museum
- Abilene Association of Independent Business Owners (Texas)
- American Association for Industrial Behavior Safety (Los Angeles, CA)
- Association of Australasian International Baccalaureate Schools
- Accounting Authority Identification Code
- Advocates for American Indian Children
- Agricultural Assessments International Corporation
- Air Accident Investigation Commission
- Akron Area Interfaith Council (Akron, OH)
- American Agricultural Insurance Company
- American Alternative Insurance Corporation (various locations)
- American Association of Irrigation Consultants
- American Automobile Insurance Company
- Anaesthesia and Intensive Care (journal, Australia)
- Application-Adaptable Integrated Circuit
Samples in periodicals archive:
As had been previously announced, Motif has been working toward delivery of its first Active Addressing Integrated Circuits (AAICs).
Through the alliance, Motif, a joint venture between Motorola (NYSE: MOT) and In Focus Systems (Nasdaq: INFS), will sell Active Addressing integrated circuits (AAICs) to Kyocera, enabling Kyocera to supplement their current product offering with the addition of Active Addressing LCDs.