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posted in September 2011

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More bad news for solar: Oversupply havoc
News & Analysis  
9/27/2011   25 comments
As if the solar panel industry needed more bad news, market watcher Solarbuzz said production cutbacks at leading solar module manufacturers has been insufficient to prevent further inventory buildup, resulting in oversupplies growing into 2012 and likely depressing prices further.
Medical MEMS tackles knee replacement
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9/23/2011   5 comments
A California firm has created a system using Analog Devices' MEMS to improve the precision of knee replacement surgeries.
MEMS chips entering mass consumer markets
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9/22/2011   6 comments
As MEMS enters the mainstream, the high-volume markets will favor mergers and acquisitions over the next five years, as the larger player fill in the gaps of their integrated solution for OEMs, who must fuse the outputs of multiple MEMS sensors for a wider variety of applications than just tablets and phones.
Client hosting takes virtualization mobile
Special Report  
9/12/2011   3 comments
Client-hosted virtualization runs programs that are synced with a binary server image but that execute on the mobile platform, untethering mobile users.
NTT sees broadband growth in South America
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9/12/2011   Post a comment
NTT Communications announced the expansion of its the reach of its tier one global IP network in South America with a new point of presence location in Brazil.
Movea enlists MEMS to bring pay-TV into Internet age
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9/9/2011   6 comments
A new platform seeks to put cable and satellite TV back in the driver's seat by enlisting advanced motion control with MEMS sensors that is integrated with a deep software infrastructure which brings pay-TV into the Internet age.


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