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karophi
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karophi   5/16/2013 3:45:29 PM
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Each year, the temperature of NYC’s start-up scene seems to get turned up another five degrees, with 2013 yielding by far the largest number and widest spectrum of companies. I think http://www.gfa.si is the most prominent company among all of those in list.

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Diogenes53   4/17/2013 1:40:44 AM
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"IMEC executives expressed the hope that the memory could be deployed as a replacement for DRAM". Let me express the hope that AAPL returns to $700 before Jan., 2014. TYVM.

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Bob @ JVD Inc.   4/16/2013 6:59:54 PM
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I've worked for many startups in my 40 years in the chip business, but none of them were nearly as old as these companies. When are you going to start following some real "Start-ups"?

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karophi   3/24/2013 7:15:34 PM
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James Walker   3/10/2013 6:11:49 PM
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If this technology is going to fly it should be able to demonstrate more progress in 2013 and perhaps we will find out who are the strategic partners? http://ancala-azsearchforhomes.com/

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Charles Tran   2/14/2013 5:50:15 PM
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SiTime will end up with Solyndra and 123Systems

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Dr Rad   2/14/2013 4:55:57 PM
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I think IEEE Spectrum picked them as a big looser a couple of years ago

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ValenS   2/13/2013 8:55:04 PM
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I would strongly recommend, based on experience on both sides, that the advice notice to be read state that the most risky investment are where external shareholder have less than 50% of the voting rights and/or there are any loans from controlling directors however small (for they can put the company into receivership by calling in the websites like http://britainloans.co.uk/ and refusing as directors to pay and then simultaneously asset strip to their benefit).

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docdivakar   1/17/2013 6:11:03 PM
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Piyush, I appreciate the follow up. The link above went to a Kanji-font website so I reposted it below thru Google translate: http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Ftimes.hinet.net%2Fnews%2Ffinance%2F10959691%3Bjsessionid%3D2A5D5CBD46B9348EC9E0CCE7A3CB124D The TAM for MEMS may increase this year but we are already seeing rumblings about component price increases in 2013. I don't know how this is going to manifest itself... MP Divakar

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psevalia   1/11/2013 7:26:52 PM
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Hi MP, you are referring to a forward-looking forecast from Yole, which also gives SiTime 80% share of MEMS Timing. As with most technologies, once adoption accelerates, most forecasts are revised significantly upwards. Along the same lines, here is a report of actual data published on the QIAJ (Quartz Industry Association of Japan) website. http://times.hinet.net/news/finance/10959691;jsessionid=2A5D5CBD46B9348EC9E0CCE7A3CB124D Translation of key points: 1) Orders in Nov 2012 for QIAJ member companies are 25% lower in units and 23% lower in revenue compared to 1 year ago. Compared to October 2012 (1 month), they are 11.2% and 8.5% lower respectively. 2) 19th consecutive month of production decline of quartz crystal devices. Production decreased 27.6% on an annual basis. It's unclear if capacity was reduced. Piyush Sevalia Exec VP, Marketing, SiTime Corp. psevalia@sitime.com

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