Cmos

Complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) /ˈsiːmɒs/ is a technology for constructing integrated circuits. CMOS technology is used in microprocessors, microcontrollers, static RAM, and other digital logic circuits. CMOS technology is also used for several analog circuits such as image sensors (CMOS sensor), data converters, and highly integrated transceivers for many types of communication. Frank Wanlass patented CMOS in 1963 (US patent 3,356,858).CMOS is also sometimes referred to as complementary-symmetry metal–oxide–semiconductor (or COS-MOS).
Posts about Cmos
  • The Strategic Evolution of CMOs (Infographic)

    … for improvement. CMOs are aware of the weighty tasks with which they are charged: 48 percent of those surveyed by the CMO Council said they needed to craft growth strategies, 44 percent said defining and shaping the brand and 42 percent said executing campaigns. Despite the expectations placed upon them, only 31 percent said the leaders within…

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  • Hiring An In-House Digital Advertiser? Look For These Traits And Skills

    … makes a good in-house advertiser, there are indicators that a particular candidate will be successful at maintaining KPIs and achieving scale over the long-term. Based on conversations Nanigans has had with the all-star digital advertisers that use our software, here’s what hiring managers should keep in mind: What An In-House Advertiser Does…

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  • Profit-Driven Advertising: From Marketing Cost To Revenue Driver [White Paper]

    … Most of your digital ad spend is wasted on people who won’t become repeat customers. In the face of this business challenge, you have two possible courses of action: Invest your marketing budget in retaining these rare repeat purchasers and acquiring users with high lifetime value Continue to focus your advertising on lowering customer…

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  • 5 Content Marketing Problems That Keep Me Up at Night

    …, and then gets labeled as a failure because no one saw them. When launching a branded content campaign, you absolutely need paid distribution for your content. Even if you have a million Facebook followers and a million Twitter followers, only a few thousand people, at most, will see your work. I’ve seen brands budget hundreds of thousands of dollars…

    Joe Lazauskas/ Relevancein Display Content- 27 readers -
  • 5 Content Marketing Problems That Keep Me Up at Night

    …, most brands are running a race where their pit crew forces them off the track every lap. Sure, when you’re creating a 30-second TV spot, you can afford to go through a 12-person approval chain and lengthy legal review. But not when you’re creating content every day. Editors need the freedom to experiment with new formats, different story types…

    The Content Strategistin Display Content- 11 readers -
  • 2015: The Year of the In-House Advertiser

    … bible, Crossing the Chasm, will be familiar with the trajectory we are seeing in-house advertising. This year we’ve noted a lot of media buzz around brands like Stubhub and Netflix taking on programmatic, and signs indicate that this adoption will continue as the early majority gets on board. While in-house advertising may not be right for all…

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  • Facebook Explains Auto-Enhancing of Photos Uploaded via iOS App

    … was to adapt ideas from the masters and figure out automated algorithms — collectively known as computational imaging — that would apply these techniques in the right amount and the right time. We developed three computational imaging technologies drawn directly from these historical techniques: adaptive Global Tone Mapping (GTM), Local Tone Mapping (LTM…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 7 readers -
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