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Tony Massimini to Speak on Internet of Things at SEMI AZ Breakfast Forum April 17

Everyone's talking about the Internet of Things.  The concept alone inspires the imagination and promises to be the next "killer app."  But how are we going to get there?  What improvements in processor architecture, interface, and memory density do we need to make to enable the tiny and low-power devices that will connect everyday things?

Semico IMPACT: Todd Gurela of Cisco to Keynote

Semico is proud to announce Todd Gurela, Senior Director of Cisco's IoT division, will deliver a keynote address on April 23rd, 2014 at the

Design Start Activity CAGR to increase 4.8% from 2013-2018, Says Semico Research

Today, silicon designs show rapidly increasing levels of complexity in response to end user demands for more connectivity and the ability to use that connectivity in applications like downloading video, video conferencing, device hot spots, increasing camera resolution for richer photos and better screen resolution to enhance user experience.   

AR-Ready Mobile Revenue will Reach Over $630B by 2017, says Semico Research

The last few years have shown some amazing strides in augmented reality (AR), MEMS, mobile, Sensor Fusion, and the Internet of Things (IoT).  But what is hype and what is real value?  

Tony Massimini to Speak at MIPI Alliance Members Meeting March 12

Tony Massimini, Chief of Technology for Semico Research, will speak at the MIPI Alliance Members Meeting in Chicago, on March 12, 2014.  This is a MIPI members only meeting. Tony Massimini will be addressing topics of interest to the MIPI members.

http://www.mipi.org/content/members-meeting-chicago

SAVE THE DATE: Next Semico IMPACT Event on 4/23/2014

Semico prides itself on holding top tier events where the speakers are the "Who's Who" of the semiconductor supply chain, and the attendees continually rave about the excellent marketing opportunities the Semico Summit, Outlook, and IMPACT conferences provide. 

The Only Guarantee in the 450mm Conversation is...

The debate over 450mm wafer manufacturing has been raging for years within the semiconductor industry. Should it happen? Will it happen? When? Who will be the first to take the plunge? 

Development costs and fab costs are so high that only a select few companies are even capable of making it a reality. What does that mean for the rest of the industry?  For the equipment companies, the risks are higher than ever. 

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