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A8

An ARM-based system-on-chip (SoC) used in Apple's iPhone 6/6 Plus. See Apple A series.
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The rating differential between the A-8 and A-9 notes accounts for the fact that the A-8 is currently receiving the full benefit of class A principal payments.
The slight difference in the ratings between the A-8 and A-9 notes accounts for the fact that the A-8 is currently amortizing and is receiving all the benefit of what have been persistent asset sales.
Fitch rates the senior series 2004-1A-1 through A-8 notes 'AAA' and the subordinate series 2004-1B-1 notes 'A'.
The series 2004-1A-5 through A-8 and B-1 notes are taxable, 28-day auction rate notes with interest payable on the first business day following the end of each auction period.
83,750,000 Education Loan Backed Notes, Senior Series A-8
Interest on the series A-4 through A-8 and series B notes is taxable and determined by auctions to be held every 28 days and payable on the first day following each auction period.
The difference in the A-6 rating and the A-8/A-9 ratings primarily reflects Fitch's expectation that the likelihood of A-6 principal repayment is higher than for the A-8 and A-9 classes.
Under Fitch's current cash flow stress scenarios, the class A-6 notes are repaid in less than 24 months while the A-8 and A-9 notes are repaid in a time period greater than 5 years.
100,000,000 Education Loan Backed Notes, Senior Series A-8 'AAA';