SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. NOVEMBER 5, 2019
Atomica (formerly Innovative Micro Technology, Inc.) is proud to announce it is now International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) registered by the Office of Defense Trade Controls Compliance. The completion of ITAR registration positions Atomica to better serve the defense community with MEMS, sensors, photonics, and related wafer manufacturing services. It also signifies the Company’s commitment to securing supply chains and protecting sensitive technologies.
ITAR is a program directed by the U.S. Department of State, regulating the manufacture, export, and import of U.S. military and defense-related equipment, services, and information. Companies receiving ITAR registration must implement and adhere to significant procedures and controls to protect technologies with the goal of safeguarding US national security.
With ITAR registration, Atomica can now provide wafer fabrication services for sensitive defense and military applications. This registration demonstrates the company’s commitment to handle ITAR protected products and following all ITAR regulations.
Atomica designs and manufactures Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and wafer-level optics for sensing and communications applications. The company partners with innovative customers to solve challenging technical problems and deliver breakthrough MEMS-based solutions.
Atomica is the largest MEMS foundry in the US, serving customers from its 30,000 square foot class 100 wafer fabrication facility in Santa Barbara, supported by a dedicated staff of over 110 MEMS experts. Atomica’s extensive experience spans the full spectrum of MEMS, including optics, sensors, relays & RF switches, and microfluidic biochips.