Last --
Change Today 0.00 / 0.00%
Volume 0.0
IVMX On Other Exchanges
Symbol
Exchange
OTC US
All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

innovative micro technology (IVMX) Snapshot

Open
--
Previous Close
--
Day High
--
Day Low
--
52 Week High
-- - --
52 Week Low
-- - --
Market Cap
--
Average Volume 10 Days
0.0
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
7.0M
EX-Date
--
P/E TM
--
Dividend
--
Dividend Yield
--
Current Stock Chart for INNOVATIVE MICRO TECHNOLOGY (IVMX)

Related News

No related news articles were found.

innovative micro technology (IVMX) Related Businessweek News

No Related Businessweek News Found

innovative micro technology (IVMX) Details

Innovative Micro Technology, Inc. designs, develops, and produces micro-electro-mechanical systems devices for Fortune 500 companies and startups in optical communications, biotechnology, infrared, RF, and navigation industries globally. The company offers its solutions in areas, such as biomedical and biotechnology, including hazard detection, drug delivery device, gene chips and detection systems proteomic, pharmacogenomics, disease diagnostics, and particle detection, as well as human cell sorting, cell filtration, and separation products; infrared, including IR focal plane arrays for night vision applications and IR emitters for friend-or-foe applications in military and high-vacuum wafer-level packaging; optical telecom, such as planar lightwave circuits, wide spectrum switching, variable optical attenuators, and add/drop switches and protection/rerouting switches; and RF and DC switching, such as DC for Cu cross-connect for DSL applications, MM wave RF switches for military and industrial applications, capacitive and metal-metal contact switching, and hermetic wafer-level packaging. It also provides its solutions in areas, which include sensors, such as gas and chemical sensors, environmental sensors, and automated air quality monitoring and control products; and inertial measurement, including gyro and accelerometers, as well as navigation grade military gyros to industrial applications. In addition, the company offers wafer fabrication services. Innovative Micro Technology, Inc. was formerly known as Applied Magnetics Corp. and changed its name to Innovative Micro Technology, Inc. in July 1992. The company was incorporated in 1957 and is based in Santa Barbara, California.

136 Employees
Last Reported Date: 12/23/05
Founded in 1957

innovative micro technology (IVMX) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: --
Founder
Total Annual Compensation: --
Chief Financial Officer, Secretary and Corpor...
Total Annual Compensation: --
Chief Technology Officer
Total Annual Compensation: --
Vice President of Worldwide Sales
Total Annual Compensation: --
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

innovative micro technology (IVMX) Key Developments

Innovative Micro Technology Appoints Paul Pickering as Vice President of Worldwide Sales

Innovative Micro Technology, Inc. (IMT) announced that Paul Pickering has joined IMT as vice president of worldwide sales to address the rapidly growing demand for MEMS devices for use in optical communications, magnetic, switching, infrared and other key markets. In this role, Mr. Pickering will be expanding the sales team, creating a stronger presence in Asia and Europe, and driving growth in global technology regions. Mr. Pickering has a 30-year career as a sales and marketing semiconductor professional. Prior to joining IMT, he was sales director for the communications business unit at Xilinx Inc.

Innovative Micro Technology, Inc. Appoints Dr. Kurt Petersen to its Board of Directors

Innovative Micro Technology, Inc. announced the appointment of Dr. Kurt Petersen to the IMT board of directors. Dr. Petersen is recognized as an expert and a voice of the MEMS industry having created fundamental MEMS technology from inception. He has co-founded six successful MEMS companies and acted as a consultant to more than 50 MEMS enterprises.

Owl biomedical Deploys Innovative Micro Technology, Inc.'s MEMS Chips

Owl biomedical, Inc. and Innovative Micro Technology (IMT) announced that Owl biomedical has officially launched its commercial cell sorting system (Nanosorter®) utilizing IMT’s MEMS cell sorting devices. The cell sorter chip itself is a convergence of heterogeneous functions and disparate materials integrating optics, 3-D microfluidics and electromagnetic actuation. At the heart of the cell sorter is an ultra-high-speed microscopic fluidic valve which operates faster than any other in the world; 0 to 1.4 meters per second, spanning 25 microns in 15 microseconds. Sorting effectiveness is due to the device’s speed in which it diverts “targeted” cells to be separated from materials such as blood or bone marrow. By embedding this MEMS chip in a fully-enclosed disposable cartridge format, human cells can be safely processed and purified in a low-cost, high performance disposable that could empower the cellular medicine revolution.

 

Stock Quotes

Market data is delayed at least 15 minutes.

Company Lookup
Recently Viewed
IVMX:US $0.30 USD 0.00

IVMX Competitors

Market data is delayed at least 15 minutes.

Company Last Change
No competitor information is available for IVMX.
View Industry Companies
 

Industry Analysis

IVMX

Industry Average

Valuation IVMX Industry Range
Price/Earnings NM Not Meaningful
Price/Sales 0.2x
Price/Book NM Not Meaningful
Price/Cash Flow NM Not Meaningful
TEV/Sales NM Not Meaningful

Sponsored Financial Commentaries

Sponsored Links

Report Data Issue

To contact INNOVATIVE MICRO TECHNOLOGY, please visit www.imtmems.com. Company data is provided by Capital IQ. Please use this form to report any data issues.

Please enter your information in the following field(s):
Update Needed*

All data changes require verification from public sources. Please include the correct value or values and a source where we can verify.

Your requested update has been submitted

Our data partners will research the update request and update the information on this page if necessary. Research and follow-up could take several weeks. If you have questions, you can contact them at bwwebmaster@businessweek.com.