UCI startup receives more than $1.3 million in customer contracts

March 16, 2018

Irvine, CA ( Startup Integra Devices announced it is leveraging 15 years and $20 million of research from the University of California, Irvine (UCI), to introduce a new manufacturing platform for device miniaturization and that it has received more than $1.3 million in customer contracts. The company announced in January 2017 in conjunction with UCI that it is commercializing a new way to build microelectronic devices and sensors.

“We are thrilled to be working with industry innovators in developing solutions that push the frontier of emerging markets forward,” stated Sourabh Dhillon, director of business development. “Our technology allows us to miniaturize like never before and cost-effectively batch-manufacture devices that interface with the outside world. This enables markets such as VR, IoT, 5G telecomm, biomedical, and many more.”

Integra said it holds extensive capabilities in design, modeling, fabrication, and characterization of microdevices and fields a first-class team of engineers and Ph.D.s possessing extensive background in biomedical, materials, electrical, microwave/mmWave, micromechanical, micromachining, and manufacturing disciplines. These research engineers have access to world-class clean-rooms, state-of-the-art test-and-measurement facilities, and a culture of interdisciplinary innovation, the company added.

Integra Devices described itself as a next-generation industrial component company that provides a new breed of microdevices for high-value markets such as telecom, aerospace, manufacturing, and medicine. Through a new manufacturing paradigm called Amalga, Integra said it has surpassed the limitations of current micro-manufacturing, allowing the production of products that could not have been built before.

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