MEMS Oscillators: Enabling Smaller, Lower Power IoT & Wearables

The explosive growth in Internet-connected devices, or the Internet of Things (IoT), is driven by the  
convergence of people, device and data across the web. Future growth will be strongly influenced by
wearable technology as products transition from the laptop to the pocket to the body. Activity trackers are
leading this segment in number of units shipped per year, followed by smart watches and medical
monitors/devices, as well as wearable cameras and smart glasses. These devices are enabled by
 advancements in MEMS and sensor technology, wireless connectivity and new power savings capability.

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