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Texas-based Company Extends Tronics Microsystems' Custom MEMS Expertise and Significantly Increases MEMS Volume-Production Capabilities for North American Companies

Tronics MEMS, Inc. is formed to Expand U.S. MEMS Development and Manufacturing Capabilities of Tronics Microsystems

CROLLES, France and RICHARDSON. TX | Posted on December 10th, 2008

Tronics Microsystems SA, a global leader in custom MEMS components and microsystems for demanding applications, announced today the formation of Tronics MEMS, Inc., a U.S. company that will focus on providing prototyping, qualification and volume-production services for custom MEMS components for the North American market.

Tronics MEMS, Inc. joins MedTech Development LLC in the U.S. and Tronics Microsystems in Europe to position the multi-national Tronics group of companies to best serve customers in North America, Europe and Asia.

Operating out of a 140,000-square-foot facility in Richardson, Texas, Tronics MEMS, Inc. offers innovative, customized MEMS process and production solutions to customers for medical, mobile media, automotive, printer, aerospace and consumer applications. Customers will benefit from Tronics MEMS, Inc.'s U.S.-based MEMS development and manufacturing expertise, production capacity and customer support. Tronics MEMS, Inc. employs a team of dedicated engineers, project managers and executive industry veterans with extensive experience in MEMS process development and high-volume manufacturing.

"The Tronics MEMS, Inc.'s team has long-standing expertise in MEMS process development and product industrialization. They will significantly strengthen our ability to provide innovative solutions for the manufacturing of custom MEMS products in the important U.S. market," said Peter Pfluger, CEO of Tronics Microsystems. "Additionally, this increased U.S.-based manufacturing capacity will help us accommodate our growing global customer base."

"Tronics MEMS, Inc. was created with the idea of bringing rapid industrialization and high-volume manufacturing expertise and capabilities for MEMS devices to the U.S. market," said Brian Stephenson, president and COO of Tronics MEMS, Inc. "The MEMS industrialization and volume-manufacturing expertise of the Tronics MEMS, Inc. team, coupled with Tronics Microsystems' excellent reputation for quality, reliable custom MEMS component manufacturing and packaging, allows us to deliver exceptional MEMS development and manufacturing solutions to our North American customers."

Tronics MEMS, Inc. will focus on custom MEMS process development and volume MEMS manufacturing. Tronics Microsystems, based in Crolles, France, will remain focused in producing highly differentiated custom MEMS and microsystems for a diverse customer base in the medical, life sciences, instrumentation, transportation and other industries around the world.

About Tronics MEMS, Inc.

Based in Richardson, Texas, Tronics MEMS, Inc. provides prototyping, qualification and volume-production services for custom MEMS components. Its proven expertise and experience in providing innovative customized MEMS process and production solutions enable its customers to focus on their products rather than the process. Tronics MEMS, Inc. is made up of semiconductor industry veterans with significant experience in MEMS process development and product industrialization.

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About Tronics Microsystems SA
The growing group of Tronics companies provides the experience and expertise needed for global customers to succeed. Collaborating with customers from concept to implementation, Tronics Microsystems, based in Crolles, France, provides solutions and expertise in the development, productization and supply chain management of custom MEMS components and microsystems. The company is the No. 1 provider of custom products based on SOI MEMS technologies. Tronics MEMS, Inc., based in Richardson, Texas, provides prototyping, qualification and volume-production services for custom MEMS components. And MedTech Development LLC, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., provides full–service design and development of medical devices modules and systems.

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Contacts:
Tronics Microsystems Contact
Vincent Gaff
Manager, Marketing & Business Development
+33.4.76.97.29.60

or
Tronics MEMS, Inc. Contact
Rocke Acree
VP Marketing & Business Development
+1.972-470-4280

or
Agency Contact
Sarah-Lyle Dampoux
Loomis Group
+33.1.58.18.59.30

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