6/5/10: NACSA 2010 Annual Conference – Emerging Technologies of the Next Decade

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Presentation Materials:
1. 2010 NACSA Annual Conference Slides

2. NACSA Presidents’ Presentations

3. Presentation of Mr. Lip-Bu Tan

4. Presentation of Mr. Stan Myers

5. Presentation of Mr. Mario Morales

6. Zhenjiang City’s Presentation

Date: June 5, 2010

Time: 9:30AM-5:00PM

Location: Santa Clara Marriott, Hall of Cities Ballroom

Address: 2700 Mission College Boulevard, Santa Clara, CA‎ 95054
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You may using the parking lots nearby for free. If you want to use hotel’s parking lot, a discount will be applied (Please pay at the registration desk).

Cost: Conference: Free, Lunch: $25

In the coming decade, will the semiconductor industry continue the same growth as the past several decades following the direction of ‘Moore’s law’? How will cloud computing, xPU based personal computers and smart phones share the computation power? What is the role of solid state memories in the future high performance computation? ‘NACSA 2010 Annual Conference: Emerging Technologies of the Next Decade’ will help to answer all these questions you might have in mind.

NACSA 2010 Annual Conference will be held on June 5 at the Hall of Cities Ball Room, Santa Clara Marriott. We are greatly honored to have a group of distinguished speakers to share their perspectives and visions on emerging technologies in the coming decade.

Dr. Sehat Sutardja, Chairman, President and CEO of Marvell Technology Group will give a keynote speech titled “The Social Implications of Moore’s Law in this Decade”. Mr. Young Joon Choi, VP of Samsung Electronics, will be offering his speech titled “Future memory and storage technologies”.
Mr. Stan Myers, President and CEO of SEMI, will give a speech on “Emerging Technologies and Adjacent Markets” while Mr. Mario Morales, Program VP of IDC, will presenting “Reinventing Taiwai and China Inc. – What Is Next For Taiwan and China’s Semiconductor Industry?”. Being SVP of NVIDIA, Mr. Phil Carmack will be at a unique vantage to share his perspectives on the revolution of GPU. To round out this exciting event, Mr. Lip-bu Tan, Chair of Walden International and CEO of Cadence, will cover the Agile Strategies for Profit in the Global Economy.

Plated lunch will be served in the California Ball Room. We are honored to have Mr. Chuck Reed, the Mayer of San Jose, to be there to congratulate the event. A delegation from the city of Zhenjiang will be presenting “Zhenjiang in Silicon Valley – 2010” with the city’s attractive innovation programs. Those who are interested in starting business or establishing operations in China will have a chance of face-to-face interaction with the decision makers and are strongly encouraged to attend. Only $25 will be charged for the whole event as NACSA will partially cover the cost of your lunch.

Spaces for the conference and the lunch event are limited, please follow the links above to register.

For more information on NACSA and its activities, please refer to our website www.nacsa.com.

Location: Hall of Cities Ballroom, Santa Clara Marriott, 2700 Mission College Boulevard, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Time: 9:30am-5:00pm, June 5, 2001 (Saturday)

Morning Session
9:30-10:00am Registration and Social
10:00-10:30am Welcoming Speech
Larry Ge & Renxin Xia, NACSA Presidents
10:30-11:15am “The Social Implications of Moore’s Law in this Decade”
Sehat Sutardja, PhD., Chairman, President and CEO, Marvell Technology Group, Ltd.
11:15-12:00pm “Reinventing Taiwan and China Inc.- What Is Next For Taiwan and China’s Semiconductor Industry?”
Mario Morales, Program VP, Semiconductors & EMS, IDC
12:00-12:15pm “Innovative Cities in China-the Trend for the Next Decade”
City of Zhenjiang

Luncheon in California Ballroom
12:15-1:30pm “Zhenjiang in Silicon Valley – 2010”
Sponsored by City of Zhenjiang

Afternoon Session
1:30-2:15pm “Emerging Technologies and Adjacent Markets”
Stan Myers, President & CEO, SEMI
2:15-3:00pm “A Revolution in Mobile Computing”
Phil Carmack, SVP, NVIDIA
3:00-3:15pm Break / NACSA Board Member Election
3:15-4:00pm “Future Memory and Storage Technologies”
Young Joon Choi, VP, Future Product Planning, Samsung Electronics Corporation
4:00-4:45pm “Innovating Profitably in the Next Decade”
Lip-bu Tan, Chair, Walden International & CEO, Cadence
4:45-5:00pm Concluding Remarks / Board Member Election Results

Speakers’ Bio

Sehat Sutardja, PhD.
Chairman, President & CEO, Marvell Technology Group, Ltd.

Dr. Sutardja is the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Marvell Technology Group, Ltd. He is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of the modern semiconductor age. His breakthrough designs and guiding vision have revolutionized numerous industry segments, from data storage to the high performance, low power chips now driving the growing global markets for mobile computing and telephony. His lifetime passion for electronics began early; he became a certified radio repair technician at age 13 and has been designing components and systems ever since. For his relentless innovation, he has been awarded more than 150 patents and has been named a Fellow of IEEE. In 2006, Dr. Sutardja was recognized as the Inventor of the Year by the Silicon Valley Intellectual Property Law Association.

As co-founder of Marvell Technology Group Ltd., Dr. Sutardja has served as President, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chairman of its Board of Directors since its inception and as Chairman of the Board since 2003. In addition, he serves as President, Chief Executive Officer, and as a Director of Marvell’s U.S. operating subsidiary, Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. While remaining deeply involved in the daily challenges of running a global growth company, Dr. Sutardja participates heavily in Marvell’s engineering and marketing efforts across analog, video processor, and microprocessor design while offering input across all of the company’s other product lines.
Dr. Sutardja has become an internationally-recognized proponent of new energy efficiency standards for consumer electronics. To that end, he has been working with the governments in both the US and China to establish efficiency performance standards that could produce significant cost and carbon savings.

Dr. Sutardja holds Master of Science and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University.

Lip-Bu Tan
President & CEO, Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
Chair, Walden International

Lip-Bu Tan is President and Chief Executive Officer of Cadence Design Systems, Inc. He has been a member of the Cadence Board of Directors since 2004 and serves as a member of the Finance and Technology Committees of the Board. He also serves as chairman of Walden International, a venture capital firm he founded in 1987. Prior to founding Walden, Tan was Vice President at Chappell & Co. and held management positions at EDS Nuclear and ECHO Energy.

Tan received an M.S. in nuclear engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an MBA from the University of San Francisco, and a B.S. from Nanyang University in Singapore. He serves on the Board of Directors of Flextronics, SINA, and SMIC. He is also a board member of the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (EDAC) and the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA).

Philip J. Carmack
Sr. VP, Mobile Business Unit, NVidia

Phil Carmack has served as senior vice president of NVIDIA’s mobile business unit since 2008 Prior to joining the company in 2000, he was executive vice president of research and development at 3dfx Interactive; senior vice president and chief operating officer at Gigapixel; and was chief executive officer and founder of Raydiant, a graphics silicon technology company.

Youngjoon Choi
Vice President, Memory System Solution Group, Memory Division,
Semiconductor Business, Samsung Electronics

Throughout his career with Samsung Electronics for over 25 years, he has led the development of advanced memory technologies through product engineering, product designing, and flash product planning. He joined Samsung Electronics in 1985 and had worked on design and device engineering of non-volatile memory, especially on NAND Flash. In 1998, he moved to technical marketing to bring up NAND applications which was only sprouting then. He led the development of Flash solution products in Samsung while working with industry partners to enable NAND Flash infrastructure in controllers and system software. He is currently leading memory system solution group in Samsung, responsible for creating memory subsystem solutions and future memory architectures.

Mario Morales
Program Vice President, Semiconductors and EMS

Mario Morales is the vice president of IDC’s Semiconductors research program. He is responsible for in-depth analysis, evaluation of emerging markets, forecasting, and research of major semiconductor application areas such as embedded devices and microprocessors, wireless, personal computing, wired communications, and consumer.

Mr. Morales is an industry analyst with extensive experience in managing a multinational research team of analysts, management consultants, and business development managers. Key strengths include international business development and driving strategic relationships with semiconductor and Information Communications and Technology (ICT) vendors. Strong knowledge of IT industry, with a specialization in semiconductors, embedded devices, memory, and wireless. Over 19 years of semiconductor expertise, including management consulting, market assessment, valuation of leading companies, creation of industry leading market models, and competitive analysis. Responsible for initiating IDC’s coverage of the semiconductor and EMS market segments including building a successful and strategic business franchise for IDC. Strong network in the semiconductor industry and Asia Pacific region; trusted advisor to leading executives and financial community on market direction, targeting strategic customers, market segmentation, product positioning, competition, M&A due diligence, and platform branding. His career includes past positions with NEC Electronics and Dataquest.

Mr. Morales earned a B.S. degree in business administration (finance) at San Jose State University.

Stanley T. Myers
President and Chief Executive Officer, SEMI

Stanley T. Myers is the President and CEO of SEMI. Headquartered in San Jose, California, SEMI is a global industry association serving companies that provide equipment, materials and services used to manufacture semiconductors, displays, nano-scaled structures, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and related technologies.

Prior to his appointment as SEMI president in 1996, Myers worked for 17 years at Siltec Silicon, a manufacturer of silicon wafers, based in Salem, Oregon. He served as president and CEO since 1985, and in 1986 he completed negotiations for the acquisition of Siltec by Mitsubishi Materials Corporation. In July 1996, Siltec officially changed its name to Mitsubishi Silicon America Corporation. Prior to Siltec, Myers worked for Monsanto Corporation for 18 years.

Myers continues to serve on the SEMI board of directors, a post to which he was elected in 1988. He sits on the boards of Ecosol, SKW Corporation, NCT Corp. and MATEC (Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center). Myers also is a member of the Engineering Advisory Board to the School of Engineering, San Jose State University.

Myers earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Kansas.>

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