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MicroGen chooses X-Fab to make energy harvest MEMS

6/5/2012 08:44 AM EDT
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re: MicroGen chooses X-Fab to make energy harvest MEMS
selinz   6/5/2012 8:14:15 PM
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My Dad still wears a self-winding watch. The thing won't die. I'd like to see a calculation on the energy efficiency of each.

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re: MicroGen chooses X-Fab to make energy harvest MEMS
goafrit   6/5/2012 5:45:26 PM
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The MENS market is getting exciting. There are a lot of players. X-Fab gets a new business which is good for their stakeholders. The big question is if MEMS is still a profitable business. I guess it is being commoditized.

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