TRONIC’S, CEA-Leti rejoin for MEMS

June 5, 2002 — TRONIC’S Microsystems SA and CEA-Leti, the French Atomic Energy Commission’s scientific and electronics research lab, said they have signed a three-year pact to research and develop MEMS.

The Grenoble, France-based concerns will dedicate common resources to work on silicon-on-insulator-based MEMS, which were transferred from CEA-Leti to TRONIC’S when it was spun off in 1997. The deal also calls for making new devices based on the technology.

TRONIC’S makes MEMS for medicine, telecommunications and instrumentation.


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