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2023 IDEA Awards: SiTime is the Big IDEA Winner

Sept. 22, 2023
All votes have been tabulated, and now it's time to reveal the best new product innovations of 2023.

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SiTime’s SiT7910 temperature-compensated oscillator (TCXO) is the Big IDEA Winner in the annual IDEA Awards, presented by Machine Design, Electronic Design, Power & Motion, Microwaves & RF and Vision Systems Design.

After voters from all over the world cast their ballots, Winners and Honorees were crowned in 10 categories. The SiTime SiT7910 received the highest number of votes in all categories and received the Big IDEA designation.

“We know product innovation is important to our readers and to the larger supplier community. It is only through the continued innovations of technology, components and systems can manufacturing meet the challenges today and tomorrow, said Bob Vavra, senior content director for Machine Design and Power & Motion. “This year's winners, chosen by our readers, are a great example of how that innovation becomes products that advance the goals of manufacturers everywhere—a safer, smarter and better-connected manufacturing enterprise.

The 2023 IDEA Award winners are listed below.

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