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November 2021

Stathera is exhibiting at CES 2022 in Las Vegas (Jan 5-8)!

Come see us at CES 2022 in booth 5318, West Hall, Tech East, to discuss our #MEMS Timing solution for #wearable #iot #smartphones and other applications.

Stathera will be spotlighting the world’s first true-dual-output MEMS oscillator at CES 2022. We are located inside our partner, Doosan’s booth. Visit us at the booth to learn more about our MEMS Timing solution, technology, advantages, and benefits to customer applications, including simplification of system design, reduction of current consumption, BOM count, cost, and PCB board space.

June 2021

Computex 2021 Virtual Exhibition

Stathera is exhibiting at Computex 2021 – come visit our virtual booth in the Innovations and Startups Pavilion, sponsored by Garage+. Review our brochures and video to learn more about Stathera and the advantages of our MEMS timing solution for wearable, IoT and Smartphones. Also, our attendants are available for 1-1 meetings to answer your questions or discuss your application requirements. Book a meeting with us to discuss more.

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May 2021

Interview with DIGITIMES

Check out Stathera’s CEO George Xereas, PhD‘s latest interview with DIGITIMES Inc. and learn more about our true dual-output MEMS oscillators for next-generation smart devices.

Read the full interview here.

April 2021

ASIC team leader joins

Nikola Katic has joined Stathera as Director of ASIC Engineering and Development where he will be leading a team of ASIC experts, developing state-of-the-art ASICs for Stathera’s MEMS Timing solutions. Nikola received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland, and was also a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada, in 2016 and 2017. He also has significant experience in senior R&D engineering roles in the field of integrated circuit design.

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Moved to larger office

To support the company’s next phase of expansion, and future growth Stathera has moved into their larger – 11,000 square feet office space, in the heart of downtown Montreal. The new office located at 400 Boul de Maisonneuve Ouest, Suite 700, Montréal, QC H3A 1L4 is ideally suited in close proximity to McGill University and in a highly desirous location for attracting top talent. The new office location is also equipped with a clean-room, and state-of-the-art lab facilities that are shared with MY01.

JULY 2020

Closed seed round funding

Stathera, Inc. successfully closed seed round funding. Investors and strategic partners have recognized the potential of Stathera’s MEMS Timing solution, and its ability to disrupt the Timing market with their breakthrough MEMS technology, and have invested to support the continued development and commercialization of their MEMS Timing products.

JULY 2020

Business Development hire

Danny Gangapersaud has joined Stathera as head of business development and marketing where he will focus on building a strong customer base and ecosystem of partners for Stathera’s MEMS oscillator, and subsequent timing products. Danny has 22 years of experience in the semiconductor industry working with customer in various types of applications including wearable, IoT, smartphones.

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JUNE 2020

ASIC expert joins team

John Muza has joined Stathera as consultant and advisor on the ASIC development for Stathera’s MEMS Timing solution. John has 25 years in the field of analog circuit design, and 15 years in MEMS sensor products. He holds 28 US patents, and significant experience designing analog ASIC.

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MEMS Timing expert joins team

Dr. Wan-Thai Hsu has joined the Stathera as consultant and advisor. He has 25 years of experience in MEMS and 20 years of experience in timing products. Earlier in his career, he led the development of the world’s first MEMS oscillator and was involved in setting IEC standards for MEMS oscillator.

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Strategic investments & partnerships

Stathera has entered into discussions with multiple investors and strategic partners and have successfully demonstrated their 2nd generation of MEMS resonators.


Stathera Incorporated

Stathera, Inc. formally established as a Quebec, Canada corporation, maintaining its existing headquarters in Montreal. NXTSENS MEMS timing product development work to be consolidated under Stathera in order to concentrate and accelerate efforts into bringing innovative timing solutions to market.

JULY 2017

MEMS Timing team gets a huge boost

Hired two post-doctoral engineers to accelerate the development of the ultra-stable MEMS resonator with strong emphasis on simulation and verification, leading to the successful prototype of the first-to-world True dual-mode MEMS resonator.


Emerging Companies to Watch

EE Times Silicon 60 Emerging Companies to Watch selected Nxtsens Microsystems Inc. as an emerging company to watch based on the work that was being done on the MEMS technology for temperature-compensated oscillators and other timing circuits.

(Update: This technology is now consolidated under Stathera as of Nov 2018)

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DECEMBER 15 2015

Pinestream Consulting Group – NXTSENS Microsystems — MEMS Pressure Sensors & Timing Solutions

NXTSENS Microsystems was founded in 2015, born out of the microsystems group at McGill University to develop custom MEMS-based sensing, timing and frequency reference solutions.

(Update: This technology is now consolidated under Stathera as of Nov 2018)

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Won Elevator Pitch Competition at MEMS Executive Congress US 2015

This year’s Elevator Pitch winner, NXTSENS Microsystems, is designing MEMS-based timing solutions that feature ultra-stable, low jitter and temperature compensated oscillators.

(Update: This technology is now consolidated under Stathera as of Nov 2018)

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Teledyne DALSA’s MIDIS platform gives Canadian company a global advantage

MEMS sensors and timing devices are developed by emerging Montreal Company. NXTSENS Microsystems are setting industry-leading performance records because of a unique semiconductor manufacturing platform developed by Teledyne DALSA Semiconductor Inc.

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