mean time between failure

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mean time between failure

The operating time between the beginning of a component’s life to its first electronic or mechanical failure.

One of the most critical components of a personal computer is its hard drive, which typically has an MTBF of 250,000/hours.
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This enhances our clients' bottom line by providing a custom product, that on average has a longer product life cycle and higher than usual industry Mean Time Between Failure.

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