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MEMS on parade at Executive Congress

11/4/2011 04:38 AM EDT
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Lisa.Bradley
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Lisa.Bradley   11/4/2011 5:45:53 PM
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Freescale's MMA65xxKW accelerometers are sampling now and will be available in the second quarter of 2012. However, Freescale also has a wide variety of MEMS sensors with accelerometers and pressure sensors that we have been manufacturing for over 30 years. Are there sensor products that interest you from Freescale? http://www.freescale.com/sensors

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yalanand   11/4/2011 5:49:25 AM
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Wow, I am sure MEMS technology will definitely change our lives. By what time frame these products will be available in the market ?

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