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re: Why the semiconductor industry will rise again
vector_waves   1/13/2012 8:12:27 PM
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MEMs integration into CMOS will be the next big opportunity. Stand-alone MEMS in MCM or other exotic packaging may be cost prohibitive unless there are no options for such integration for performance or complexity reasons. MEMs oscillators especially could be a dying business since CMOS based XTAL osc replacement is possible (e.g. IDT or Silicon Labs). The performance gap has narrowed significantly for such oscillators compared to XTAL.

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re: Why the semiconductor industry will rise again
justin henry   1/16/2012 12:59:09 PM
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