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STMicro tops MEMS market ranking

4/16/2013 09:30 AM EDT
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roopsbally
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roopsbally   9/18/2013 7:50:56 AM
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I think ST Invested in R&D much in advance and it focusses agressively on invention as others are catching up..

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docdivakar   4/19/2013 6:39:48 AM
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Missing from the article -increase in %market capture of fabless vs. IDM MEMS companies. It seems that the big MEMS are in the IDM camp but encouraging trends like that of InvenSense bodes well for fabless. MP Divakar

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Robotics Developer   4/19/2013 12:04:50 AM
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Nice to see an industry growing! It should not surprise anyone though, given the widespread proliferation of tablets, smart phones, etc that employ MEMs. I was wondering what was the differentiator for ST vs the rest of the competition? Is it price, performance, volume, particular design wins, does anyone know?

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