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Energy Micro's missing RF now due in Q4

3/4/2013 10:53 AM EST
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krisi
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krisi   3/5/2013 4:36:54 PM
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$1.10?! amazing...this and other SoCs are becoming more prevalent and will displace many low integrated parts used for years reducing BoM costs on millions of PCBs

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Peter Clarke   3/5/2013 9:17:40 AM
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@iniewski Not sure. But when Energy Micro was originally aiming to have parts out in 4Q11 the company said the first transceiver only and SoC products would price at $1.10 each in 100,000 unit quantities.

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krisi   3/5/2013 12:22:54 AM
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What is the pricing point for this level of integration?

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