Global Semiconductor Alliance
GSA is Where Leaders Meet to establish an efficient, profitable and sustainable semiconductor and high technology global ecosystem encompassing semiconductors, software, solutions, systems and services. We are a leading industry organization that provides a unique neutral platform for collaboration, where global executives interface and innovate with peers, partners and customers to accelerate industry growth and maximize return on invested and intellectual capital. The GSA offers a unique, efficient and strategic platform for thought-leadership across a broad array of semiconductor technologies and markets through curated regional and global executive and technical forums, leadership networking events, workshops and working groups. These gatherings allow our members to demonstrate thought leadership, engage in thought exchange with peers or simply remain up to date on topical issues for the industry. In addition, they provide opportunities to share best practices and gain precious visibility opportunities. GSA members also have access to a repository of data and information including financial reports and resources, company data, surveys and technology and market reports. Lastly, the critical importance and global economic impact of the semiconductor industry on our society is often underappreciated by the general public. For this reason, the GSA launched a Semis Matter initiative and website (www.semismatter.com) which houses the most comprehensive study of the semiconductor industry and promotes its $7 trillion contribution to the global economy and its value to humanity.
IEEE will be essential to the global technical community and to technical professionals everywhere, and be universally recognized for the contributions of technology and of technical professionals in improving global conditions.
OpenHW Group is a not-for-profit, global organization driven by its members and individual contributors where hardware and software designers collaborate in the development of open-source cores, related IP, tools and software. OpenHW provides an infrastructure for hosting high quality open-source HW developments in line with industry best practices.
RISC-V International is a non-profit organization supporting the free and open RISC instruction set architecture and extensions. We enable open community collaboration, technology advancements in the RISC-V ecosystem, and visibility of RISC-V successes.
SEMI is the global industry association representing the electronics manufacturing and design supply chain, connecting over 2,400 member companies and 1.3 million professionals worldwide.
Since the dawn of the new golden age of entrepreneurism, BayAngels has been a force for innovative change. We were helping launch disruptive businesses before many of the great names in startups had yet to be conceived.
Chinese American Information Storage Society (CAISS)
The Chinese American Information Storage Society (CAISS) was founded 22 years ago in 1995 in Silicon Valley. It is the only non-profit organization of Chinese American professionals registered in the United State and the State of California that focuses on information and storage systems. Ever since its foundation, CAISS’s mission has been to promote technological innovation, entrepreneurial development and global business communication and collaborations. To date, CAISS has over 1700 registered professional members in Silicon Valley, has established chapters in Minnesota, Colorado, Shanghai China. CAISS also has growing active members in Singapore and Wuhan China, expanding its global impact.
SILICON VALLEY INNOVATION CHALLENGE (SJSU)
The Silicon Valley Innovation Challenge (SVIC) promotes creativity and entrepreneurship and showcases the latest innovations from our students, alumni, faculty and staff. All departments and majors across San Jose State University (SJSU) and our partner universities and colleges are welcome to participate. Industry leaders, business owners, capital investors, and SJSU faculty provide invaluable networking opportunities and feedback to help young entrepreneurs cultivate their innovations into reality.
SVCTBA, Silicon Valley Chinese Technology and Business Association
SVCTBA, Silicon Valley Chinese Technology and Business Association, formerly known as National Business Information (NBI), founded in 1987, is a global innovation and technology exchange platform that promotes member business developments in the US and Asia.
Santa Clara University School of Law
The Santa Clara University School of Law is the law school of Santa Clara University, a Jesuit university in Santa Clara, California
Silicon Valley Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum (SVIEF)
Silicon Valley Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum (SVIEF) is an international conference designed to foster innovation and promote business partnerships connecting US and Asia-Pacific region. It is a leading venue in high-tech industry field, gathering multi-tech and business professionals, as well as providing a platform for the exchange of talent, technology and capital. The past five SVIEFs were held annually in Silicon Valley since 2011 fall, attracting more than 5,000 attendees each year.
TIEC strives to achieve the policy objective of connecting with the international community, so that it can provide more friendly resources for innovation and entrepreneurship for young people in Taiwan, and boost the opportunity for them to land jobs. At the same time, through encouraging the transition of Taiwanese industries to a higher value-added level, TIEC also strives to avert the fate of companies becoming embroiled in the ferocious arena of cutthroat competition in the age of heated global competition.
Taiwanese American Chamber of Commerce – Northern California ( TACC-NC )
The purposes of TACC-NC,as stated by the founding committee were as follows: > Promote the development and assist the growth of member business immigrants. > Enhance the development and assist the growth of member businesses > Improve the social status and image of members in the United States.
Ding Ding TV
Ding Ding TV
KTSF is locally owned and operated by the Lincoln Broadcasting Company, which is committed to providing quality news, information and entertainment programming in over 11 different languages.
Founded in 1976, the World Journal is the most influential Chinese-language newspaper in North America. One of the few U.S. daily newspapers distributed on a national basis, the World Journal is published in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas, Vancouver and Toronto and distributed throughout North America. The World Journal has become a vital part of the everyday lives of Chinese Americans/Chinese Canadians with a loyal following of readers from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia.