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Micralyne Inc. CEO Nancy Fares Addresses MEMS Fabrication in a Fabless and Fablite World at Sensors Expo & Conference 2011


6/6/2011 10:18:47 AM

EDMONTON, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Micralyne, Inc., a leading pure-play micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) foundry serving high-performance biomedical, telecommunications and industrial markets, will be well represented at this week’s Sensors Expo & Conference. Micralyne CEO Nancy Fares, who joined the company last year from Texas Instruments—where she led the drive to secure 95% market share for the DLP Cinema® and DLP® HDTV business units—will explore one of the hottest themes in microfabrication: the challenges and opportunities in adapting infrastructure to a fabless and fablite world. Ms. Fares will join MEMS device-makers and end-users in the MEMS Industry Group panel, “Adapting Infrastructure to a Fabless and Fablite World,” during the Sensors Expo pre-conference symposium, “MEMS Commercialization Opportunities for Systems and Products,” June 6, 2011, 3:30-4:30 p.m.

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