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CSIC

(Customer Specific Integrated Circuit) Pronounced "c-sick." Another term for ASIC, which was coined by Motorola. Some feel this is a more accurate description of an ASIC chip. See ASIC.
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The cheap farm input is one of the proposals made by the task force that the CSIC has successfully implemented.
With more than 1200 square meters of floor space in Riyadh, CSIC is aimed at accelerating the digital transformation of the Saudi economy by providing an open ecosystem for innovation.
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Analysis are being conducted by a team that includes researchers from the Institute of Marine Sciences (CSIC), the Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies -joint centre of CSIC and the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB)- and the National Genome Analysis Centre of Barcelona (CNAG).
Galan is head of the team that has been carrying out excavation work for several years in the Dra Abu El-Naga necropolis on the west bank of Luxor for the CSIC, a project financed since 2004 by the Caja Madrid foundation.
Yingkai Chen, director of the mechanical and electronic department at CSIC.
Purification Equipment Research Institute of CSIC is the leading developer and supplier of pressurized hydrogen generators, using water electrolysis, in China.
The CSIC Consumer & Smartcard Division is a business unit within Motorola's Microcontroller Technologies Group, headquartered in Austin, Texas.
Motorola plans to support the USB market by continuing to develop innovative microcontrollers for both low-speed and hub USB applications," said Brad Hale, worldwide marketing manager, CSIC Consumer & Smartcard Division.
The 68HC705MC4 microcontroller is a key element in providing new features, better control and a higher degree of efficiency on motor controls," said Scott Ballantyne, worldwide marketing manager for Motorola's CSIC Automotive and Industrial Microcontroller Division.
Said Brian Gardner, general manager for Motorola's Automotive and Industrial CSIC Microcontroller Division: "The 68HC705V12 fully implements and supports the J1850 standard currently used by major U.