Major developments are shaking up the semiconductor industry. Disruptive changes will bring new winners and leave others behind. M&A’s continue on all fronts. To keep winning and make sure your business plan and forecasts remain on target, you’ll need to check the new year pulse of customers, competitors, and peers to get a sense of what’s real and what’s not.
Call it a reality check. That’s what SEMI ISS is all about: informative, insider presentations from today’s leading analysts, researchers, and economists, as well as key technology players from across the supply chain. SEMI’s ISS is an exclusive event that puts you in touch with new opportunities, potential partners, and most all, vital intelligence to help you navigate the changing playing field.
- A NEW LANDSCAPE: Consolidation of device maker, equipment companies and materials suppliers as well as China’s efforts to establish a homegrown semiconductor supply chain are redrawing the map. Will IoT live up to its hype? What will be the next demand driver? How will the new U.S. administration handle merger approvals, trade relations, and STEM funding in the face of the new competitive landscape?
- PROFITABLE OPPORTUNITIES: Smart Manufacturing, Big Data, Autonomous Cars, Immersive Virtual Reality, MedTech, and, of course, China. There’s growth here, but who will benefit? Will it be traditional modes or emerging technology nodes? An expanding IoT ecosystem will drive demand for investments in cloud storage, security, and new devices. And new technologies like sub-10nm DRAM will lead to expensive and risky R&D bets.
- TOUGH QUESTIONS: An industry in transition raises critical questions: Do you need to ramp up capacity to take advantage of emerging opportunities? Race to next technology nodes? Invest more in China or manufacture there? Wil EUV lithography finally arrive, or will the industry double-double down on multiple patterning? The bets only get bigger; find out here who might blink and where that leaves you.
The challenges are many, the investments enormous, and the pressure to show profitability and growth is greater than ever. The industry shakeout means businesses will need new survival skills — greater differentiation and more collaboration. SEMI ISS 2017 connects it for you.
Gerald Z. Yin, Ph.D. Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, AMEC
Om Nalamasu, Ph.D., Sr. Vice President and CTO, Applied Materials
Brian Shieh, Ph.D., Corporate VP and General Manager of Display Business Group, Applied Materials
Matt Gertken, Ph.D., Associate Editor, BCA Research
Lip-Bu Tan, President and CEO, Cadence Design Systems, Chairman of Walden International
Shawn DuBravac, Ph.D., Chief Economist, Consumer Technology Association
Paul Thomas, Principal and Co-founder, Economic Stories
James Hines, Research Director, Gartner
Dario Gil, Ph.D., Vice President, Science and Solutions, IBM Research
An Steegen, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Semiconductor Technology and Systems, imec
Prasad Sabada, Sr. Director, Operations, Google
Handel Jones, Ph.D., Founder and CEO, International Business Strategies
- Yoshikazu Yamaguchi, Offiicer and General Manager, JSR
David Fisher, John Ippolito, Vice President, Corporate Development, MKS Instruments
Mike Corbett, Managing Partner, Linx Consulting
Mark Bünger, VP of Research, Lux Research
Christopher Thomas, Partner, McKinsey & Company
Andrew Macleod, Director Automotive Marketing, Mentor Graphics
John Ippolito, Vice President, Corporate Development, MKS Instruments
Jian Chen, Ph.D.,Vice President, 3D NAND Technology Development, SanDisk
Jack Qi Shu, Vce President, Sales and Marketing, Shanghai Huali Microelectronics Corporation (HLMC)
Robert Maire, President, Semiconductor Advisors
Patrick Ho, Director, Research Technology, Stifel Financial Corporation
Doug Yu, Ph.D., Vice President, Integrated Interconnect and Packaging Technology, TSMC
G. Dan Hutcheson, CEO and Chairman, VLSI Research
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