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STMicroelectronics unveils new switch for automotive applications

1/15/2013 07:30 PM EST
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Sanford Michael
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Sanford Michael   3/14/2013 11:26:00 AM
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Great achievement from STMicroelectronics, I have read all features of this of M0-7 series, and I am impressed. Really features are very good. I wish it will be one of the most popular product. My best wish to it's engineers.

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William Miller   4/1/2013 2:02:16 PM
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I was always admired how they make this things so smart and the same time so small! These engineers are genius! travel insurance

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