FABS


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AcronymDefinition
FABSFood and Beverage Service
FABSFinance and Business Services (various locations)
FABSFor a Better Society
FABSFinancial Applications Billing System
FABSFraction Absorbed (Gastrointestinal Tract)
FABSFilton and Bradley Stoke (constituency; UK Parliament)
FABSFly Away Broadcast System
FABSFeatures And Benefits Selling
FABSFinancial Accounting and Budgeting System (DISA)
FABSFlexible Account Billing System
FABSFirst of America Brokerage Service
FABSFast Access Binary-Tree Structure
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The San Jose-headquartered organization, which represents over 2,200 manufacturers in semiconductor and liquid-crystal display segments worldwide, estimates 2009 spending on wafer fab constructions to drop 56% to US$2 billion from last year, the lowest outlay in 10 years by the industry, and capital expenditure on equipment to lose 50% in the meantime.
Given the skyrocketing cost of new wafer fabs and manufacturing equipment, and as more IC companies transition to a fab-lite or fabless business model, IC Insights anticipates there will be additional fab closures in the next few years.
All EU Member States should have implemented their FABs by 4 December 2012.
The government said FAB units would be set in the country by two business consortia including IBM Corp, Israel's TowerJazz and STMicroelectronics NV.
The most advanced is the Denmark-Sweden FAB, an "almost perfect" case.
Normally, the two processes are accomplished in two distinct fabs, a wafer fabrication fab and an IC A/T fab.
Of the semiconductor fabs in Japan owned by Spansion Japan, targeting purchase in the first quarter of fiscal 2007, Fujitsu will purchase fabs JV1 and JV2,
In Hudson, Intel's $155 million investment will be used to increase overall capacity at Fab 17 by adding new manufacturing equipment and reconfiguring portions of the factory.
Taiwanese fabs also account for 40% of 300 mm fabs that are currently under construction or in the process of equipping, as well as those in the planning stage.
The 90 nm process will be ramped into high volume in Intel's 300 mm development fab in Hillsboro, Oregon, and then transferred to Ireland and other 300mm manufacturing fabs sometime next year.