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Technical Program Announced for TSensors (Trillion Sensor) Summit at Stanford University for October 22-25, 2013
Date:9/23/2013

ore rapid fashion.  The book's authors have projected the need for 45 trillion sensors in 20 years needed to support both life-changing global advancements and improvements addressing the elimination of the biggest world's problems, as well as improvement of quality of life and fun for all.  I am truly gratified that we are beginning to see early demonstrations of the validation of this concept through several large applications that are beginning to gain traction in the sensors market."

Visit www.tsensorssummit.org for more details. FOR INFORMATION CONTACTJanusz Bryzek, Ph.D. Mr. Roger Grace, PresidentVice President Roger Grace AssociatesFairchild Semiconductor 109 Greenfield CourtHayward, CA 94545 Naples, FL 34110Tel: 510-265-2606 Tel: 239-596-8738Email: jbryzek@trillionsensorssummit.org Email: rgrace@rgrace.com


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