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SpeedEvil
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re: ST, Bosch in dead heat for MEMS market lead
SpeedEvil   6/16/2013 12:19:09 PM
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Accellerometers do not have drifts measured in milligrams. Should be milligee.

Tc-99m
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re: ST, Bosch in dead heat for MEMS market lead
Tc-99m   6/14/2013 2:25:56 PM
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Not sure what you mean here. This is hardly irrelevant. MEMS is clearly pretty big business now. Are you talking about MEMS integrated with 22 nm and below CMOS??

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re: ST, Bosch in dead heat for MEMS market lead
sranje   6/13/2013 2:25:40 PM
The proof is in the next generation - new architecture, 3-gate, 2nm and 14nm -- until then all these analyses seem to me fairly irrelevant... only a warming-up for the coming battle



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