Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., will focus on "the future of unlimited technological advancements and accelerating electronic innovation" at its first U.S. industry conference. The Samsung Semiconductor “Future Unlimited” Executive Summit conference is aimed at engineering executives and senior designers. It will be held November 15 , 2006, at the Fairmont Hotel in downtown San Jose, California, beginning at 8:30 AM.
Samsung will share its outlook on core components that are fueling the electronics revolution, as well as provide a forum for industry leaders to share their views on the state of the consumer electronics and computing industries.
“The rapidness with which CE and computing devices today are evolving is no less than astounding, with more innovation right around the corner,” said Y. H. Park, president, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. “Samsung’s Future Unlimited Summit will help engineering executives and senior designers to accurately track key products, trends and opportunities shaping the future.”
“For our conference, Samsung has assembled an impressive line-up of industry experts and visionaries that will provide senior engineers and designers with a better understanding of the markets for next-generation devices, each largely defined by the critical components inside,” said Jon Kang, senior vice president, memory, technical marketing, Samsung Semiconductor.
Behrooz Abdi, senior vice president and general manager, Qualcomm CDMA Technologies will discuss 3G wireless technology Innovation.
Bryan Burns, vice president, Strategic Business Planning and Development, ESPN-HD will discuss the current HDTV marketplace.
Ana Hunter, vice president Technology, Samsung Semiconductor will speak on deploying mobile technology in next-generation PCs and consumer electronics.
Jon Kang, senior vice president, Samsung Semiconductor will examine the future of consumer electronics powered by semiconductors.
Dr. S.S. Kim, fellow and executive vice president, Samsung LCD Business, Samsung Electronics will speak about LCD innovations for HDTVs.
George Scalise, president, Semiconductor Industry Association will examine how the industry is pushing the limits of innovation.
Sean Wargo, director, Industry Analysis, Consumer Electronics Association will help attendees chart the future of consumer electronics.
Don Barnetson, director, Flash Marketing, Samsung Semiconductor will take a close look at how memory is fueling the PC and consumer electronic industries.
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