by Jorge Cham
Subject:   SYSTEM CHIPS & 3RD PARTY IP DRIVE IC INDUSTRY CHANGES
Sponsor:   US-Japan Technology Management Center
Speaker:   Panel Discussion
Date:   Thursday, May 20, 1999
Time:   4:15pm - 5:30pm
Location:   Skilling Auditorium, Engineering Quad, Stanford [look for it in a campus map]
Event URL:   http://fuji.stanford.edu/events
Sponsor URL:   http://fuji.stanford.edu
Costs:   FREE * OPEN TO PUBLIC
Contact:   e-mail: email@example.com (or) call 650-725-4811
System Chips and 3rd Party IP Drive IC Market Changes PANELISTS: Roger Fisher, Senior Dir-Strategic Mrktg, TSMC Mark Eric Jones, Chairman, RAPID Larry Rosenberg, Technical Advisor, VCX Jordan Selburn, Principal Analyst, DataQuest ABSTRACT: The burgeoning system-chip industry requires the use of third-party intellectual property to not only provide advanced functionality, but to meet market demands for faster product development cycles. However, this also will mean new opportunities and changes in the way electronics systems are created. For example, one model calls for consumer electronics product manufacturers to form teams of IP providers, design services companies, and dedicated foundries to quickly and efficiently design system chips that provide new functionality and get them into products faster than ever before. Faster turnaround to meet consumer demand means growing demand for the products and services of IP providers, foundries, and designers. This and other impacts on the current chip market will be discussed.
Event history: Submitted on 26-Apr-1999;
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