Date: 19th Jan 2011
Analog IC startup Icsense' revenue and
profit grow by 30%
Analog IC startup Icsense has announced for the 6th year
in a row it has experienced a strong double-digit growth
resulting in a 6-year CAGR of 47%. With an increase of 30%
in both turnover and profit in its recent year, Icsense
says it has repeated its performance of last year. Icsense
also said it is moving into a new office space that can
host up to 50 engineers.
"Our office space has doubled since our design team
has grown at more than 20% in 2010. This puts us at the
top of analog IC design houses in Europe" commented
ICsense's CEO Bram De Muer"
ICsense is founded in 2004 by 4 PhDs in micro-electronics,
as spin-off of the ESAT-MICAS departement of the Katholieke
Universiteit Leuven (KUL), Belgium. IMEC's MEMS conference
(going to be held on Jan 20th 2011) attendees can hear a
talk from ICsense about its expertise and activities in
MEMS field which includes the study and design of interface
electronics (design services, as well as full ASICs) for
MEMS often requiring HV capabilities.