With ability to update plans we intend to be creative with target audiences that are looking for fixed blocks of calls for a fixed amount rather than a monthly fee that people don't always use.
What does FB stand for?
FB stands for Fixed Block
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See other definitions of FB
We have 43 other meanings of FB in our Acronym Attic
- Fire Base
- Fire Break
- Fire Builder (Mic-O-Say, Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
- Fire Bush
- Fireball (gaming)
- Firebat (Starcraft game)
- Firing Battery
- First Blood (gaming clan)
- Fishing Boat
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fixed blocks such as OS/FAT are also periodically equalized (global wear leveling) among all blocks without restriction to flash memory chips or management zones, making it possible to maximize the lifespan of the installed flash memory and substantially lengthening the lifespan of flash memory storage.
Often, they are not expandable, and if they are, a fixed block of inputs and outputs have to be added.
States were also given greater flexibility in administering the fixed block grant they receive from the federal government and are given cash bonus credits (the caseload reduction credit) for moving families off the welfare roles.
While the fixed block grant structure creates opportunities for states to establish reserves for the future and/or expand programs or develop new services when welfare caseloads fall, states can face fiscal challenges when their caseloads or program costs rise.
Safety will be ensured by a fixed block signalling system similar to trains, supported by a safety sensor suite within each vehicle.
The controllers for these products have to be able to correctly respond to all the mainframe device commands, including cache requests as well as providing the mapping of mainframe data formats SCSI fixed block devices.
One of the more significant problems with current fixed block signaling is that safety is not pro-active.