Special Program

US Supply Chain Forum

Growth strategies of US semiconductor supply chain companies

 

Executives representing the U.S.'s semiconductor supply chain industry are invited to examine new strategies for overcoming the deceleration of the world economy, efforts to realize persistent growth, as well as finding the key to further growth of business.

 

Date

Wed., December 5

Time

13:30-15:35

Venue

Convention Hall A, 2F, Int'l Conference Hall, Makuhari Messe

Moderator Rika Saito, U.S. Embassy
Registraion Fee Free of Charege (Website Registration required)

Interpretation

No Interpretation

Registration

registration

 

*Doors open 30 minutes before the start of the program. Please show the confirmation printout at the entrance at least 10 minutes before the starting time. In case you can't show the printout, or you appear the last minute of the starting, we may decline your entrance depending on the situation.

*When there are seats available, on-site registration will begin 10 minutes prior to the start of the program.

Agenda

13:30-13:55

Altera's innovation at 20 nm

Nobuo Horiuchi

Senior Manager
Japan Product and Corporate Marketing

Altera Japan

 
13:55-14:20

Freescale's Telematics solution

Makoto Kato
Sales Director
Freescale Semiconductor Japan Ltd.

Freescale sees a connected world with unlimited possibilities. A smart society that connects people, cars and systems. We introduce telematics solution based on our Communication processor and Automotive Semiconductor.

 
 
14:20-14:45

Compute Continuum in IA

(Presentation in PDF)

 

Yoshitaka Sugihara
Manager in Corporate Affairs and Government Affairs
Legal and Corporate Affairs Group
Intel KK.

 

Further development of Moore's law, Intel introduce compute continuam from smart phone to Data center, which extend our user experience. There is only one Intel Architecture would be able to achieve this.

 
 
14:45-15:10

Graphics in the Cloud - How NVIDIA is Enabling Cloud Visualization

(Presentation in PDF)

 

Kenichi Hayashi

Country Marketing Manager Japan
Corporate Marketing

NVIDIA


Engineers, artists, scientists, and gamers are the most demanding visual thinkers on the planet, and as such, have not been keen to move their computing environments to the "cloud". These remotely accessed systems are seen as slow and not up to the visual experience that users expect when dealing with these types of applications. NVIDIA aims to change that perception. In this session you will hear about the technologies behind accelerating graphics in the cloud.

 
15:10-15:35

Delivering All Programmable Electronic Systems – a Generation Ahead

(Presentation in PDF)

 

Sam Rogan
President and Representative Director, Xilinx Japan
Vice President, Xilinx Inc.

Xilinx Japan President Sam Rogan will describe the company’s strategy for delivering an extra generation of system performance, low power and programmable system integration to enable today’s leading electronics companies to get to market ‘a generation ahead’ of their competition with All Programmable electronic systems. Xilinx employs all forms of programmable technologies, well beyond programmable hardware to software, beyond digital to analog-mixed signal, and beyond single die to multi-die 3D IC implementations.  Rogan will provide a first-hand look at how this new generation of devices is inspiring engineers to invent ever smarter, more integrated, bandwidth-hungry systems with fewer chips – faster.


 

 

 

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