Memory, The Turning Point of China Semiconductor
Apr 9, 2016


On CASPA's last 2016 Spring Symposium, we talked about augmented reality and virtual reality. Along with cloud computing, smart phones, and IoT applications, these technologies will continue to improve our daily life. However, semiconductor memory is critical in all these fields and will continue to be a key growing sector and back bone. With continued market expansion, China is poised to play a crucial role in reshaping the global semiconductor industry, and memory will be the turning point for China moving forward. This symposium will discuss how the memory industry has evolved, why China focus on memory development and how China's memory companies will respond to the exciting opportunities ahead of them.


The speakers and topics are:


       1.      Tammy Kiely (Goldman Sachs Partner in Semiconductor) : Migration of Memory Industry (from States, to Japan, Korea, then China) – 30 mins


       2.      Handel Jones (CEO of IBS & Ex-GE Semiconductor Executive) : Why China Should Design and Manufature DRAM and NAND Flash Products? – 30 mins


       3.      Simon Yang (CEO of XMC): The rising path of China Semiconductor – Memory – 60 mins


Q&A will be arranged by Simon Yang.


 Agenda:


12:00–1:00  Registration & Networking

1:00–1:10    Welcome from CASPA

1:10–1:50    Migration of Memory Industry (from States, to Japan, Korea, then China)

                        Tammy Kiely (Goldman Sachs Partner in Semiconductor) 

1:50–2:30    Why China Should Design and Manufacture DRAM and NAND Flash Products?

                        Handel Jones (CEO of IBS & Ex-GE Semiconductor Executive)

2:30-2:40     [Break]

2:40-3:40     The rising path of China Semiconductor – Memory

                        Simon Yang (CEO of XMC)

3:40–4:00    Q&A by Simon Yang.


Register Link


 

When

Where
Cadence Auditorium, bldg #10, 2665 Seely Ave, San Jose, California (ease parking)