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Sanmina-SCI aims for transparent interconnects

Eric Bogatin
11/18/2010 07:09 PM EST

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re: Sanmina-SCI aims for transparent interconnects
krisi   11/24/2010 9:01:40 PM
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@Lexk, great, thanx, what's you phone number?...perhaps you will be interested in showing your technology at emerging technology meeting in Whistler in 2011? details at www.cmoset.com, Kris

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re: Sanmina-SCI aims for transparent interconnects
Lexk   11/23/2010 6:48:59 AM
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Kris, we'd be happy to show you Shocking Technologies material in action. Please feel free to check us out at www.shockingtech.com or give me a call. Lex Kosowsky-President & CEO Shocking Technologies

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re: Sanmina-SCI aims for transparent interconnects
krisi   11/19/2010 11:41:18 PM
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Very interesting, almost shocking ;-), embedded ESD protection by Shocking Technologies...although I was a little puzzled by the wording in the artcile: "plans to solve"...is this for real? has anyone beyond Sanmina's trying to accomplish this feat with this "switchable dielectric material"...Kris

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