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Consolidation to continue in the MEMS microphone industry: Q&A with Akustica CEO Horst Muenzel

Apr 10, 11:11

More and more players have made inroads into the MEMS microphone industry to cash in on the rising demand brought up by the popularity of smartphones.

Akustica CEO Horst Muenzel

Akustica MEMS microphone biz backed by capacity support from Bosch

Dec 4, 15:02

Capacity support from the Bosch Group allows Akustica to expand its presence in the MEMS microphone market, according to Stefan Finkbeiner, newly-appointed CEO and GM of Bosch Sens...

Digital MEMS microphone market expanding, says IHS

Mar 29, 14:01

Driven by their widespread use in top-selling mobile devices like Apple's iPads, market revenues for digital microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) microphones is set to overtake the...

Focus on high-volume mobile devices: Q&A with Akustica executives

Mar 28, 15:01

MEMS microphone specialist Akustica has announced its new analog MEMS microphone series to show continuous enhancement of its product portfolio. The firm also recognizes this product...

Davin Yuknis of Akustica

Bosch to acquire Akustica

Aug 21, 10:35

Automotive MEMS IDM Robert Bosch North America has announced to acquire MEMS microphone supplier Akustica, while terms of the agreement will not be disclosed.

Akustica and Knowles vying for MEMS microphone orders for ultra-thin notebooks

Newswatch - Mar 27, 15:36

MEMS microphone makers Akustica and Knowles both have entered the ultra-thin notebook segment. Akustica is expected to begin supplying small volumes to notebook makers in the second...

MEMS microphone market continues growing: Q&A with Akustica founder Michael E Elchik

Mar 23, 15:52

MEMS microphone supplier Akustica in the third quarter of 2008 appointed Joe Jacobson, then company Akustica CFO, as its new CEO. Since then market watchers have been eager to see...

Michael E Elchik

Akustica adds Epson and Lingsen to its CMOS MEMS supply chain

Dec 10, 11:12

CMOS MEMS microphone maker Akustica has announced that it has qualified Seiko Epson and Taiwan-based Lingsen Precision Industries (LPI) as its foundry and assembly partners, respectively...

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    Akustica's AKU340 analog MEMS mic

    Akustica has announced the expansion of its microphone product portfolio with the addition of a new analog MEMS microphone. Designed specifically to meet the requirements of mobile...

    Photo: Company, Mar 29.

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