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Price, "looking at costs associated with initial acquisition, later expansion, system management, and the impact on total system cost.
Total System Approach In a "total system" approach to sand reclamation, full consideration must also be given to the waste streams generated by reclamation processes and the ramifications there might be to their disposal.
To meet the new era of full 300-mm wafer testing, our customers need wafer probe solutions that simultaneously support device scaling, improve touchdown efficiency and tackle test cell utilization from a total system approach," stated Igor Khandros, FormFactor's chief executive officer.
today announced that their EtherDrive(R) Storage Appliances are driving total system costs for storage networks to their lowest point ever.
Yet, due to the advantages of microcontroller-based systems, such as higher reliability and lower total system cost, mechanical components are increasingly being replaced by electronics -- particularly in the automotive, appliance and industrial-control markets.
Yet, due to the advantages of microcontroller-based systems such as higher reliability and lower total system costs, mechanical components are increasingly being replaced by electronics -- particularly in the automotive, appliance and industrial-control markets.
SMU selected the EnergyAxis System as its total system solution based on the system's many features that help utilities increase productivity and improve customer service.
Prior to Ussery's current executive position as chairman of the board, he was appointed as the first CEO and president of Total System Services, Inc.