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stack

(stăk) [ME. stak]
1. To place objects directly on top of others.
2. To perform a procedure immediately after a preceding one, without interruption or pause.

stack

(stak)
To build up porcelain in the shape of a tooth in the fabrication of a tooth crown.
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"We already have some customers doing stacked DRAMs that are placed on an interposer alongside an SoC, but whether the DRAMs are stacked on an interposer or directly on an SoC, the memory test problem is very similar." The problem, he said, is that you need somehow to get access to all those memories for test.
Additional containers are stacked, sometimes even higher than six levels.
With the height constraint in portable products, the average height of a two die stacked CSP is 1.2 mm.
Forklift drivers will drive carefully near stacked metal bales, in part because they don't want to get cut by jagged metal or to damage their vehicles.
This observation of constant voltage steps demonstrates that the stacked junctions are sufficiently uniform for application in voltage standard circuits.
Tessera has developed prototypes of an initial stacked solution for Intel that can accommodate three die in a package with a total height of less than 1mm -- a significantly lower height than many of the two-die stacked solutions available today.
Constructed of stainless steel, a case palletizing system stacks 108 cases onto two pallets--nine sets of cases stacked six high for 54 cases per pallet--per minute.
Driven by portable applications that require extremely small form factors, shipments of stacked die packages will exceed a billion units in 2005.
It is not possible to store or transport the rubber in this form, so the strips are commonly folded into multiple layer piles and stacked on pallets for storage and transportation.
Stacked mixers reportedly also help eliminate black spees in PVC extrusion.
(FMI) introduced three versions of the industry's first Multi-Chip Packages (MCPs) with stacked flash memory and Fujitsu's popular Fast Cycle RAM (FCRAM).
Goto had a different idea: Perhaps the components stacked up like pancakes.