How is the media responding globally as the semiconductor landscape changes? What role can the media play in helping Cambridge fabless semi companies to ‘go global’? Leading representatives will discuss these questions and more at this free networking event on Monday 10 December at the Trinity Centre, Cambridge Science Park.
Free networking event: “Going global – the changing semiconductor landscape and the role o...
Consumers are demanding more – the iPhone has set a new benchmark! But semiconductor development costs are soaring and it’s clear that the consumers won’t foot the bill alone. A new paradigm has emerged! Semiconductor companies are now sharing risk, collaborating across a diverse eco-system. Country borders have dissolved. New business models have emerged - fabless semi companies are thriving and VCs are playing a critical role in the development of new technology.
Mick Elliott, Publisher, Electronics Weekly and Computer Weekly
Richard Wallace, VP, Group Editorial Director, EE Times
Topics for discussion
· How is the media responding globally as the semiconductor landscape changes?
· Is this enabling semiconductor companies to reach what is now a highly fragmented global audience?
· What role does blogging and social media play?
· Does the media’s on-line strategy meet the demands of the industry?
· What role can the media play in helping Cambridge fabless semi companies to ‘go global’?
Start date/time: Monday 10th Dec 2007, 18.00PM
Venue: Trinity Centre, Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge
Organiser name: Text 100 Ltd
To register for the event please contact:
Organiser email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organiser tel: 0208 846 0791 / 07780 60 11 45
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