eSilicon's Jack Harding to Deliver Logic NVM 2007 Semiconductor IP Memory Event Keynote
Impinj-founded Event Addresses Importance of Embedded Nonvolatile Memory in High-Growth Chip Markets and Consumer Electronics
May 2, 2007 - Seattle, WA
Founding Logic NVM Event sponsor, Impinj, Inc., today announced that Jack Harding, chairman, president and CEO of eSilicon Corporation, will be the keynote speaker at the second annual Logic NVM Event in Santa Clara, California, on June 14, 2007. Mr. Harding's presentation, "Smaller, Faster, Cheaper, Better: The Relentless Pressure on Consumer Electronics," explores system-chip design trends and techniques, such as embedding NVM cores, which affect the quality and performance of electronics products.
"Logic NVM 2007 - Inside Tomorrow's Consumer Electronics" brings together semiconductor industry experts to discuss the advantages and integration challenges of embedded logic NVM in high-growth chip markets such as consumer electronics, power management, radio frequency (RF) applications and digital rights management (DRM).
"Although its importance is just now being recognized, embedded nonvolatile memory is expected to be a key component of the chips at the heart of the next generation of electronic products, helping to bring improved battery life and advanced functionality such as RF and digital rights management," said Jordan Selburn, Principal Analyst, Semiconductor Design, at the market intelligence firm iSuppli Corp., El Segundo, Calif. "Logic NVM 2007 is an ideal opportunity for design engineers to learn about real-world NVM applications and proven design methods."
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