IMFT

AcronymDefinition
IMFTInstitut de Mécanique des Fluides de Toulouse (French)
IMFTIntel/Micron Flash Technology (joint venture for NAND memory fabrication)
IMFTInter Modal Freight Terminal (shipping)
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By modeling the GRF transmission dynamics of an IMFT as a linear time-invariant second-order system with natural frequency [f.sub.n] and a damping ratio [xi], its amplitude and phase responses can be expressed, respectively, as [50]
Stephen Fryer, chairman of IMFT, said: "Although things may appear to have been very quiet, we've had an extremely busy time behind the scenes working with various professionals to develop the vision for our school, and in particular the vision for the school buildings and facilities.
IMFT, a rare neoplasm of intermediate malignant potential that was originally described in the lungs, (2) is typified by a myofibroblastic and mixed inflammatory cell infiltrate.
But there are several reports of its association with antecedent infections and so some consider IMFT as a non-specific chronic inflammatory lesion.
"Intel plans to use the design and manufacturing leadership of IMFT to deliver higher-density, cost-competitive products to our customers based on the new 8GB TLC 25nm NAND device."
The process technology was jointly developed by Intel and Micron and manufactured by the companies' NAND flash joint venture, IM Flash Technologies (IMFT).
Kevin Pietersen says he JK* should not shoulder the iMft sole responsibility for ECU overcoming the loss of Andrew Flintoff to England's line-up for the remainder of the summer.
Ingleby Manor Foundation Trust (IMFT), the parent and community group behind the school said the detailed design for the permanent school building can now go ahead.
<p>A NAND flash wafer made with 25nm lithography.<p>The new NAND flash product was manufactured by Intel and Micron's joint venture IM Flash Technologies (IMFT).
The new technology can reportedly enhance the access and transfer of data in devices that use silicon for storage and has been developed jointly by Intel and Micron and manufactured by the companies' NAND flash joint venture, IM Flash Technologies (IMFT).