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re: MEMS growth outpacing competitors
psevalia   11/10/2012 1:13:06 AM
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Silicon MEMS timing solutions have grown at an annual rate of over 120% since 2008. The timing industry as grown at 6% per year and the Japanese quartz oscillator industry has declined for 15 consecutive months. Clearly, customers are rapidly adopting MEMS timing technology and driving volume. Piyush Sevalia Exec VP, Marketing, SiTime Corp. psevalia@sitime.com www.sitime.com

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re: MEMS growth outpacing competitors
Brutus_II   11/9/2012 4:20:11 PM
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Don't overlook MEMS-based micro energy generation. There is huge potential for MEMS in the area of energy harvesting.



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