Micralyne signs MEMS manufacturing deal

Feb. 23, 2004 — Micralyne Inc., an Edmonton, Alberta, based MEMS manufacturer, has signed a contract worth more than $2 million to make components for chemical analysis instrumentation, according to a news release.


Micralyne will manufacture MEMS die to be integrated into an analysis device that will marketed and sold globally. The company did not disclose the customer, but described it in the release as a “market-leading Tier 1 instrumentation company.”


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