Atmel XSense Wins EDN China Innovation Award for Top 10 Most Influential Technologies for the Future

SAN JOSE, CA -- Atmel Corporation announced its Atmel XSense was selected by EDN China as a "Top 10 Most Influential Technologies for the Future."

"Touchscreens that are thin, light, responsive, sleek and flexible create a multitude of possibilities for the future of design beyond familiar industrial and consumer applications, including wearables, mobile devices, automotive infotainment and other curved surfaces," said Jalil Shaikh, vice president and general manager at Atmel. "Atmel is honored to have XSense recognized and selected by EDN China as a Top 10 innovation of the future."

Atmel XSense was selected for its revolutionary, highly flexible film-based touch sensors that enable a new generation of smartphones and tablets, and extend touch capabilities into a wide array of new consumer and industrial products. Optimal for a broad range of touchscreen products, XSense enables thinner sensor stacks and offers superior performance with excellent optical clarity. XSense creates flawless touch performance, enhanced noise immunity, low sheet resistance and low-power consumption allowing designers to turn unique touch-based concepts into functional designs at lower total system costs compared to current market alternatives.

For more information visit http://www.atmel.com/xsense
 

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