Micralyne CEO to Sit on Panel at MEMS Executive Forum
September 17, 2004
Edmonton, Alberta, September 17, 2004 – Micralyne Inc., a market-leading MEMS manufacturer, announced today that President & CEO, Mr. Chris Lumb, will be participating in a panel at the 2004 In-Stat/MDR MEMS Executive Forum on October 4, 2004.
The attendees of the MEMS Executive Forum will take in Mr. Lumb’s panel discussion at 10.30 a.m. at the San Jose Fairmont Hotel, San Jose, California.
Lumb will join two other MEMS executives to address the panel topic: Design, Packaging, Test and the Customer. The panel will focus on how the needs of customers are being met in all three areas, what industry can do better, and uncover the lessons learned along the way that will allow for improved processes.
Micralyne is also pleased to announce it is a Corporate Sponsor for this year’s MEMS Executive Forum. The MEMS Executive Forum provides senior-level executives with the opportunity to interact with an intimate group of peers representing many segments of the MEMS value chain – from developers and suppliers of MEMS devices, to fabs, equipment manufacturers, VCs, and end-use customers.
The Forum’s agenda contains unique, interactive presentations and panel-based sessions focused on exploring successful business models, rapidly emerging market opportunities, and visions for successfully providing competitive, cost-effective solutions. “Micralyne is proud to support the MEMS Executive Forum as it is one of the key annual networking events in this field.” says Chris Lumb, President and CEO of Micralyne Inc.
For more details on the MEMS Executive Forum please view www.instat.com.
Micralyne develops and manufactures microfabricated and MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems)-based products. Micralyne is one of the largest independent companies in the world that manufactures MEMS in high volumes. MEMS technology is built on the premise of making industrial components smaller, faster and less expensive and facilitates radical improvements in the miniaturization of electronic and mechanical devices. These types of devices are used in many industries including communications, automotive, aerospace, and life sciences. More specifically, Micralyne’s micron-scale solutions (i.e. 1000 microns = 1 millimetre) are found in automotive emission sensors, optical switching technology in telecommunication networks, lab-on-a-chip devices for drug discovery, and commercial press equipment for printing today’s most popular magazines. Micralyne is a profitable and growing company headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
For further information contact:
Mr. Bruce Alton
Vice President Marketing & Business Development
1911 – 94 Street
Canada T6N 1E6