An introduction to PragmatIC FlexICs
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An introduction to PragmatIC FlexICs

PragmatIC has developed a unique platform of patented technologies to design and manufacture ultra low cost, thin, flexible integrated circuits, FlexICs. PragmatIC offers a viable alternative to traditional silicon ICs.

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Working at PragmatIC
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Working at PragmatIC

PragmatIC is looking for talented, curious and passionate people to join us on our exciting mission to deliver ultra low cost flexible electronics and enable interactivity in everyday objects.

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An introduction to Pragmatic
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An introduction to Pragmatic

PragmatIC is a world leader in ultra low cost flexible integrated circuits, extending electronics beyond the realm of traditional silicon ICs. Our FlexICs can be easily embedded into everyday items, enabling the potential for trillions of smart objects.

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PragmatIC reinvents IC manufacturing for the mass market
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PragmatIC reinvents IC manufacturing for the mass market

PragmatIC is reinventing electronics for mass market applications with our ultra low cost flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs) and innovative FlexLogIC fab-in-a-box manufacturing system.

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