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  • n. The condition of being extendible

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Capability of being extended; extensibility.


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  • Where Drupal shines is the functionality, the extendibility and modularity of the platform.

    EMVisionaries: Drupal’s Dries Buytaert

  • Obviously this unbounded extendibility is unphysical, but the definition is still of practical use: it means that anything done on a finite tape, however large, is computable.

    Alan Turing

  • The Optima HDx high current implanter provides solutions for device manufacturing's lowest energy applications and highest dose requirements with the versatility and extendibility to provide solutions beyond today's 22nm technology node.

  • "The selection of the IMPULSE for this leading-edge application is evidence of our product's high throughput, excellent reliability, extendibility, and seamless integration onto the CMP platform, as well as the customer's confidence in Nanometrics' global service and applications support teams."

  • PTN36241B -- a dual-channel device that supports 5 Gbps per channel with optional settings that provide a high level of extendibility.

  • The new high-k process improves device performance by enabling faster switching and lower leakage current, while reconfirming the extendibility of hafnium based high-k dielectrics.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The new process leverages ASM's extensive understanding of high-k metal gates, our technology leadership in ALD, and the extendibility of our Pulsar ALD process module.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Another advantage of counting on banner display stands is their extendibility.


  • Characterization of promising resist platforms for sub-30-nm HP manufacturability and EUV-CAR extendibility study

    EDA Blog

  • Small home servers allow more flexibility in what you can do, the way you can set it up and obviously extendibility in the future. discussion forums


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