MEMS Reaching Broader Industries

(February 14, 2007) SCOTTSDALE, AZ &#151 The commercial use of MEMS and nanotechnology ranges from display, gyro-sensor, and ink-jet printing to smart-RFID, RF-MEMS, and wireless-sensing sectors; this technology expansion is creating competitive and converging applications for MEMS devices, according to Bourne Research. The research firm released seven market briefs outlining the dynamics of MEMS and nanotechnology in emerging applications.

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