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BPI

A gene on chromosome 20q11.23 that encodes a lipopolysaccharide-binding protein associated with human neutrophil granules, which has
bactericidal activity on gram-negative bacteria.
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The shift to perpendicular recording technology offers the potential for significant areal density increases.
Since 1992, the areal density of magnetic disk recording has increased an average of over 60 percent annually.
that show a doubling of areal density to over 12Gbits/[inch.
PA is at the high end and quite expensive, but as the particulate tapes move towards greater areal density, even mid to low range MP media may move in PA's direction, especially if the material becomes more economical.
The combination of higher areal density and smaller drive heads will make miniature storage devices much more common as the need for data storage expands with broadband.
The NEXUS-PVD multi-target system is part of Veeco's expanded PVD/ALD product line which respond to the industry's move to high areal density perpendicular recording technology.
The combination of areal density and our four-disk design distinguishes [the company] as a provider of solutions for our customers' desktop PC systems.
As hard drive areal density increases, the physical dimensions of the read sensor have had to be significantly reduced to accommodate the smaller data bits.
The average annual growth rate in disk drive capacity, measured in areal density or the number of bits that can be stored in a given area, has been rapidly accelerating.
Bragging rights go to the company with the latest in a series of firsts--first to market, first with the current top in areal density, first with a new low in acoustic output, and even first with proprietary drive diagnostics can earn a competitive advantage, all other things being equal.