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yalanand
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re: Yole: Sony, Silex, Dalsa shine MEMS foundry ranking
yalanand   5/3/2012 6:11:47 AM
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I am surprised to see Sony at the second spot. I never expected Sony would do so well in MEMS. I think it would be tough for the companies including Sony to beat the ST because ST is on a strong growth path.

goafrit
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re: Yole: Sony, Silex, Dalsa shine MEMS foundry ranking
goafrit   5/3/2012 11:18:28 PM
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ST is such a monster in this business. They continue to execute largely on low margin strategy. This is simply amazing. But in coming years, they will face real challenge from evolving startups.

docdivakar
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re: Yole: Sony, Silex, Dalsa shine MEMS foundry ranking
docdivakar   5/7/2012 6:49:38 PM
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Missing from the list is GloFo, I would expect to see them make the 2012 list! MP Divakar



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