“Developing Your MEMS Products on InvenSense’s NF Platform
News Release from:
29 August 2012
I-Micronews (powered by Yole Développement) has today revealed the webcast "Developing Your MEMS Products on InvenSense's Nasiri Fabrication Platform." This online event, sponsored by InvenSense, will take place on Sept. 19 at 8.00 AM PDT. To register, please visit the "Upcoming Webcasts" section of the I-Micronews.com website.
In the MEMS industry, innovation is key. New MEMS devices will strongly contribute to the double-digit market growth that Yole Développement, the market research company, expects to occur in this industry over the next five years. “InvenSense is one company that can drive the MEMS ecosystem towards more innovation. Indeed, InvenSense is recognized not only as a business leader in MEMS motion sensors, but also as a technology pioneer through its manufacturing platform, which allows for a very high level of integration and development of leading-edge devices,” says Laurent Robin, Activity Leader, Inertial MEMS Devices & Technologies.
Join us for the webcast “Developing Your MEMS Products on InvenSense’s NF Platform” and discover the benefits of creating your designs on this proven process.
“Traditionally, MEMS device designers spend more than 50% of their effort designing a fabrication process, inhibiting their ability to quickly prototype, ramp to mass production, or achieve cost-competitive products. InvenSense created the NF-Shuttle program to remove the fabrication barrier and allow MEMS device designers to create their own innovative designs on our established fabrication platform. This approach empowers developers with a direct and rapid path to low-cost, reliable, high-volume manufacturing,” explains Martin Lim, Cofounder and Senior Director, Advanced Technology, InvenSense.
In this webcast, MEMS designers will learn how to accelerate product-delivery cycles by leveraging InvenSense’s CMOS-MEMS fabrication platform, which is now open to all MEMS developers. To discover the full program, please visit the website I-Micronews.com and access the “Upcoming Webcasts” section.