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HVM

(1) See hardware virtual memory.

(2) (Hardware Virtual Machine) See hardware virtualization.

(3) (High-Volume Manufacturing) In the computer industry, HVM often refers to the manufacture of CPU and microcontroller chips, of which tens of millions are made each year. See CPU and microcontroller.
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Another observation from the HVM was the strong links between interactions, teamwork and the resulting value of warm relationships with others, which shows that as the participants work through the course they form close friendships with each other.
HVM operations will not only be another customer competing for these limited services, but one that will require them at an accelerated pace.
The defeasances enabled HVM Management Company, Inc.
Overcoming the performance limitations inherent in conventional spindles with rolling element spindle bearings was the other critical issue in the development of HVM.
Jelenic said mailroom and pressroom employees at the HVM facilities were offered jobs elsewhere.
However, three major practical problems emerge: (1) the significant time and cost of gathering individual in-depth, means-end (laddering) data; (2) the time and effort required to perform the content analysis of the qualitative responses (steps in the ladders) and the quantitative summaries of the dominant pathways; and (3) the lack of any detailed framework or system to translate strategic options as represented in the summary HVM into a working format for the agency creative staff.
HVM City will add over PS1 billon to the economy, bring forward over 150 hectares of land for advanced manufacturing and create over 25,000 jobs.
The underlying problem is that the New York City taxi industry has remained extraordinarily sensitive to small drops in revenue from lost rides, according to HVM Capital, a Boston-based research and investment company that has argued taxi medallion values and prices have been largely overstated.
Ruth McKernan, chief executive of Innovate UK which helped provide investment for the facilities, said: "These ground-breaking facilities will further reinforce the MTC and the HVM Catapult's capabilities as a world-class high value manufacturing research and technology organisation.