SOURCE: eSilicon


March 04, 2010 08:00 ET

Jack Harding of eSilicon Participates in DATE Executive Session: "Impacts of Continuous Scaling on the Semiconductor Industry"

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What: Executive Session at DATE to cover "Impacts of Continuous Scaling on the Semiconductor Industry"
When: Tuesday, March 9, 2010
  5:00 - 6:30 PM
Where: DATE 2010
  Saal 5, Ground Floor
Who: Moderator: Nic Mokhoff, EE Times
  Executive Panelists:
  Jack Harding, Chairman, President & CEO, eSilicon
  Sami Issa, Director, ATIC
  Maria Marced, President, TSMC Europe
  Alex Shubat, President & CEO, Virage Logic
  Cheng-Wen Wu, Vice President, ITRI, Taiwan

Panel Abstract
The continuously scaling semiconductor technology at 28nm and below can dramatically impact business performance of the semiconductor industry. It can also significantly affect age-old IC development flows. The executives in this session will discuss future trends and upcoming changes in the semiconductor industry and their impact on the IC value chain.

About eSilicon
eSilicon, a pioneering semiconductor Value Chain Producer (VCP), provides a comprehensive suite of design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume chip production. The company delivers application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) to system original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and fabless semiconductor companies who serve a wide variety of markets including the consumer, computer, communications and industrial segments. eSilicon - Enabling Your Silicon Success™. For more information, please visit

About Value Chain Producer
A Value Chain Producer (VCP) is a company that collaborates with foundries, IP and service providers, EDA suppliers, package, assembly and test operations in designing and producing chips for fabless IC, IDM and OEM companies. VCPs optimize the economics of customer value chains and enable customers to focus on their product differentiation and market growth. A VCP earns revenue by shipping packaged, tested products with the customer's logo. The term was created by eSilicon and was adopted by the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) as a new category in January 2010.

eSilicon and the eSilicon logo are registered trademarks, and Enabling Your Silicon Success is a trademark, of eSilicon Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners

Contact Information

  • For more information, contact:
    Susan Cain
    Cain Communications
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    Kalar Rajendiran
    eSilicon Corporation
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