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True to its reputation as a pioneer in special processes, Tronics is capitalizing on the growing number of submicronic MEMS devices opportunities to expand its equipment and process base.
TRONICS announces two new high performance MEMS angular rate sensors: the GYPRO2300LD and GYPRO3300, gyros with sub 1°/h bias instability. Grenoble, France
Tronics, an international, full service manufacturer of MEMS, hires senior high-tech industry executive Laurence Fayand as Chief Financial Officer. GRENOBLE,
Tronics, an international, full service manufacturer of MEMS, hires Pascal Langlois, a senior semiconductor industry executive, as Chief Executive Officer. Grenoble,
After 15 years in the business, Tronics has sold more than one million high-performance inertial MEMS sensors.
Tronics closed a very successful 2012 with total income of 16.7 million Euros ($ 22,1M), 1.8 million Euros in net profit ($ 2,4M) and expanded its investments in submicron and glass technologies.
Tronics kicks-off the industrialization of a unique piezoresistive nanowire MEMS technology that can take 9 DOF motion sensors to a new level of competitiveness. Grenoble,
Tronics invests in a joint venture in China to strengthen its commercial activities in the region and provide local support to its customers. Grenoble, France
Tronics, one of the leading international MEMS foundries, is upgrading its headquarters and manufacturing facilities in Grenoble.
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