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MEMS market declined by 5% in '09, says Yole

3/16/2010 09:00 PM EDT
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re: MEMS market declined by 5% in '09, says Yole
sranje   12/30/2010 6:40:54 PM
Colin, thank you for following MEMS !! Do you know who packages MEMS for Boehringer Ingelheim Microparts? Many thanks. BTW, an update who packages whose MEMS in what packages would be very useful. Happy New Year to you and entire EETimes and - have a great 2011 and beyond. Boris Petrov

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