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STMicroelectronics ( NYSE:STM ), consumer and portable MEMS supplier, will bump up its micro electro mechanical systems ( MEMS ) production capacity to more than 3 million sensors a day by year's end. The capacity ramp is being supported by a "beefed
PCB Piezotronics expanded their sensor product line to include several MEMS devices using silicon-based technology. Development and production of these sensors used a Plasma-Therm VERSALINE DSE system for several critical deep silicon etching fabrication steps.
SUSS MicroTec's new DSM200 is an automated metrology system for double-sided (front-to-back) alignment and exposure applications. The tool serves applications in the manufacture of MEMS devices, power semiconductors, and optoelectronics.
SiTime Corp., developer of MEMS-based timing solutions, says that its SiT8002 and SiT1 oscillator families are shipping at a production rate of more than 100,000 units per week. This, the company says, makes these products the top-selling MEMS-based oscillators worldwide.
EV Group, which supplies MEMS and nanotech manufacturing equipment has received a multiple system order from Colibrys, a Swiss MEMS sensor supplier.
Research and Markets has announced the addition of a book, Scaling Issues and Design of MEMS to its offering. The volume promises a complete design methodology for MEMS.
(January 14, 2008) TUCSON, AZ Freescale Semiconductor has established an advanced microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) 200-mm (8-in.) production line to address growing sensors market demand. The newly added line at Freescale's Oak Hill Fab in Austin, TX, complements the company's existing ...
ISE has released a five-recipe temperature timer controller (TTC) is designed for use with virtually all process etch, strip, and develop wet-process baths.
Nippon Kayaku Co. Ltd. of Tokyo, a $1 billion diversified chemical company and global supplier of epoxy resins for microelectronic applications, has acquired longtime partner MicroChem of Massachusetts.
(January 17, 2008) AUSTIN Freescale Semiconductor has established an advanced microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) 200-mm (8-inch) production line to address growing sensors market demand. The newly added line at Freescale's Oak Hill Fab in Austin, TX, complements the company's existing 150-mm