|Founded||2002, Irvine, California|
|Headquarters||Irvine, California, USA|
|Key people||Jeff Hilbert, President & Founder, Arthur Morris, CTO|
|Products||RF MEMs technologies|
WiSpry, Inc. is a fabless RF semiconductor company based in Irvine, California.
Using RF MEMS (Radio Frequency Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) technology, WiSpry develops and markets RF Silicon integrated circuits, components and modules to manufacturers of wireless communication products.  
WiSpry is now one of Orange County's more highly funded startups with almost $50M invested to date by Acadia Woods Partners, American River Ventures, Arkian, Blueprint Ventures, Chart Venture Partners, DoCoMo Capital, Hotung Capital Management, Inc., In-Q-Tel,L Capital Partners, MuRata Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Paladin Capital Group, Shepherd Ventures and Tech Coast Angels.  
In January 2012, a Samsung smartphone teardown revealed the existence of a WiSpry RF MEMs antenna tuning chip: this is believed to be the first known use of an RF MEMs device in a volume shipping product.  
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