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April 21st, 2004
Intel quietly rolls out MEMS modules for cellphones
Intel Corp. is offering to a select handful of customers its first microelectromechanical systems product, a semi-custom cell phone RF front-end module. The effort is a small part of Intel's larger goal of moving as much of the cellphone silicon chain to digital CMOS technology. "Intel has been working on MEMS technology for as long as four years but we didn't have an application for it. About six months ago we decided we could fabricate these front-end modules," said Sam Arditi, general manager of Intel's cellular and handheld group.
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