Mems Technologies news and technical articles from Solid State Technology Magazine. Search Mems Technologies latest and archived news and articles
January 12, 2012 -- Qualcomm MEMS Technologies Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary ..... s 28nm OMAP 5 . Qualcomm MEMS Technologies Inc.'s mirasol display ..... November 2011, Qualcomm MEMS Technologies reported its first e-reader
PRNewswire via COMTEX -- Qualcomm MEMS Technologies Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary ..... Taiwan is the home for Qualcomm MEMS Technologies ' growing manufacturing base, said ..... president and general manager of Qualcomm MEMS Technologies , Inc. The mirasol display is the
EVGroup plans nanoimprint stepper for packaging; SUSS reels in plasma bonding wins Extending its MEMS technologies further into semiconductor markets, EVGroup now plans to introduce a 300mm step-and-repeat nanoimprinting tool in 1Q04, targeted
Tronics kicks-off the industrialization of a unique piezoresistive nanowire MEMS technology that can take 9 DOF motion sensors to a new level of competitiveness.
May 10, 2012 -- MEPTEC will host its 10th Annual MEMS Technology Symposium, May 23, in San Jose, CA. Keynotes cover “sensory swarms” and motion interfaces, and sessions will cover the micro
what computing did to the slide rule: make it obsolete. The two-man startup in the San Francisco Bay area plans to use MEMS technology to build a miniaturized modular scanning electron microscope for commercial and defense markets. If they succeed, they
Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), university-research consortium for semiconductors and related technologies, is working with Cornell University researchers to develop on-chip silicon technologies for mobile devices. The aim is a micro-mechanical resonator for RF MEMS.
Tronics launched a new large-scale MEMS project to industrialize CEA-Leti's breakthrough M&NEMS, or Micro and Nano Electro-Mechanical Systems, technology.
Panorama Synergy has formed an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement with the University of Western Australia for optical technologies related to highly sensitive measurements by multiple, simultaneous micro-cantilever MEMS sensors.
With more and more optical network automation, one task has remained manual: fiber connections. But now, as the result of MEMS-related research conducted by Verizon, that is likely to change.