FormFactor, Inc. (NASDAQ:FORM) is a leading provider of essential test and
measurement technologies along the full IC life cycle – from characterization,
modeling, reliability, and design de-bug, to qualification and production test.
FormFactor is the world's leading supplier of probe cards used to test the ICs that
power the majority of smart phones and tablets on the planet, as well as
electronic systems used in computing, consumer, automotive and other
applications. We ...
Form factor is a hardware design aspect that defines and prescribes the size,
shape, and other physical specifications of components, particularly in
electronics. A form factor may represent a broad class of similarly sized
components, or it may ...
In computing, the form factor is the specification of a motherboard – the
dimensions, power supply type, location of mounting holes, number of ports on
the back panel, etc. Specifically, in the IBM PC compatible industry, standard formfactors ...
Form factor or form-factor may refer to: Contents. 1 Design; 2 Scattering theory; 3
Computing; 4 Other sciences; 5 See also. Design. Form factor (design), an
aspect of design which defines and prescribes the size, shape, and other ...
In electronics or electrical the form factor of an alternating current waveform (
signal) is the ratio of the RMS (root mean square) value to the average value It
identifies the ratio of the direct current of equal power relative to the given
Small form factor (often abbreviated "SFF") is a term for computer components
designed to a smaller than usual form factor. The term is commonly used for:
Small form factor (desktop and motherboard), desktop computers and
1) In computers, the form factor is the size, configuration, or physical arrangement
of a computing device. The term is commonly used in describing the size and/or
arrangement of a device, acomputer case or chassis or one of its internal ...
Form factor for computers refers to the size, shape, and physical specifications of
hardware or hardware components. Computer form factor is used to describe any
physical aspect of a computer system. Form factor is very important for ...