Cadence Asia president expects $150B in MEMS sales

December 30, 2008: MEMS will rack up sales worth $150 billion if its parts can be mass-produced, said the president of Cadence Design Systems’ Asian division, according to a report in Digitimes.

Lung Chu is quoted as saying that the biggest challenge for integrated circuit designers in Taiwan is lack of standardization in MEMS design. Chu told Digitimes that Cadence has developed a customized tool to help MEMS design houses link up with players in the Taiwan MEMS supply chain.

Once the tool has been officially launched, Chu said, more Taiwan IC designers will enter the MEMS market.


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