Micralyne is one of the largest independent MEMS foundries in the world. As an industry innovator and leader, Micralyne has a reputation of offering unparalleled MEMS product development and commercial volume manufacturing.
With core competencies in micromachining, thin film deposition, and assembly & test capabilities, Micralyne develops and manufactures MEMS devices for the communications, energy, life sciences, and transportation markets.
Micralyne’s micron-scale solutions are found in sensors for automotive control systems, optical switching technology in telecommunication networks, lab-on-a-chip devices for drug discovery, and precise measurement devices for oil and gas exploration.
Micralyne’s proven one-stop offering is based on its track record of success, working with over 300 companies since 1982. This maturity is also found in Micralyne’s talented team of people who have sustained successful customer relationships of more than a decade in duration. These long-term relationships are built upon providing excellent responsiveness, which is the basis for establishing confidence and trust between Micralyne and its customers.
Operating from a state-of-the-art, 50,000 ft2 facility in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, companies around the world trust Micralyne to develop and fabricate their mission critical components and bring their MEMS to market.
CMC Microsystems and Micralyne Launch MicraGEM-Si™ Multi-Product Wafer Process
Micralyne, Nanoshift Partner to Commercialize MEMS Devices for Mass Production
AMFitzgerald Partners with Micralyne to Achieve High-Volume Production of MEMS Devices
Optical MEMS Process Technology from Micralyne to be Featured at OFC, NFOEC
Advanced Optical MEMS Platform to be Featured at 2010 OFC-NFOEC Show
Micralyne and SVTC Technologies to Collaborate on 8-inch MEMS Development and Manufacturing
Micralyne Appoints Dr. David Buckley as VP of Product Line Management
Micralyne Opens Nanotechnology Showcase in Alberta
Micralyne Recognized for Their Success as Spin Off Innovation Company from University of Alberta
Micralyne Recognized as Top 50 MicroNano Technology Suppliers
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