The semiconductor industry has broken the $300 billion mark. One of the major driving forces in the foundry and overall semiconductor market is the end applications. Solid State Technology is excited to have Jim Feldhan, President of Semico Research, present data and analysis from Semico’s MAP model, which provides insight into semiconductor revenues, units and wafer demand by computing, communications and consumer end markets. The data indicates that all the growth is not necessarily occurring in the advanced technology high performance processor or memory arenas.
“Innovation has created specialized applications leading to growth in product segments such as power management, MEMs sensors and RF markets,” Feldhan writes in his abstract.
Jim will address the changes that are occurring and what is needed to support future growth on June 24, 2013 at The ConFab in Las Vegas.
Jim Feldhan founded Semico Research in 1994. A 20-year veteran of the semiconductor industry, he brings his management, forecasting and modeling expertise to Semico, along with a reputation of quality research. Feldhan designed and developed the research methodologies and report structures, which are the basis for Semico’s Custom Research and Portfolio Services. Feldhan also develops Semico’s overall economic outlook as well as performing various semiconductor consulting and forecasting. With a focus on quality, Semico Research has grown to the largest semiconductor-focused consulting and research firm.
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