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re: MEMS-in-mobile market to reach $1.5bn
docdivakar   9/22/2011 8:20:12 PM
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@Peter Clarke: some how the numbers you cite above and the ones by iSuppli don't correlate. For instance, iSuppli is forecasting MEMS growth in consumer & mobile opportunity at ~$4.5B by 2015. If you take out mobile & tablets, there is $3B opportunity in the 'consumer' products? I wonder what are these consumer products that are poised to grow so much with MEMS in them... I know auto's use many sensors but not all of them are MEMS-technology based. Thoughts? MP Divakar

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re: MEMS-in-mobile market to reach $1.5bn
docdivakar   9/22/2011 8:34:58 PM
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@Peter Clarke: see also my comments under your colleague's article on the same topic: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4227904/MEMS-chips-entering-mass-consumer-markets?cid=NL_EETimesDaily MP Divakar



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