aggressive device

aggressive device

[ə′gres·iv di′vīs]
(computer science)
A unit of a computer that can initiate a request for communication with another device.
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T-Mobile shook up the industry in March when it unveiled several bold moves, including tossing the requirement for customers to sign annual service contracts, going to totally unlimited talk, text and Web and announcing an aggressive device pricing strategy.
The dominant RF challenge for advanced LTE devices is how to deliver multiband 4G support for high-speed device performance and maintain aggressive device styling," said Ben Naskar, CEO and chairman of SkyCross.
Through this unique approach, MEARS Technologies intends to enable semiconductor companies to continue with their aggressive device roadmaps while still leveraging the semiconductor industry's existing manufacturing infrastructure.
The proposed model is a key step towards identifying and minimizing defects to support aggressive device scaling.
With aggressive device structures, typical process conditions often result in either edge voids or excessive sputter at the center due to plasma non-uniformity.
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