Global Semiconductor Forum
12th – 14th March 2014, Singapore
Welcome to the 11th edition of the Global Semiconductor Forum (GSF); in 2014 GSF will be taking place in Singapore, on the 12th to 14th of March 2014.
GSF is an executive level, invitation based event focusing on manufacturing and innovation, providing the platform for executives from around the world, from within IDM’s, foundries, fables and LED companies to come together and ensure the pace of developments continues on time and on budget.
The overarching themes presiding over the 2014 GSF seminar programme are Innovation, Cost and Survival; everyone knows that the balance between these must shift on a regular basis to ensure success in the next 5 to 10 years but the right formula is currently under development.
At this event you will have the opportunity to meet the most senior representatives from you industry (your colleagues from around the world) but you will also meet your clients (OEM manufacturers from automotive, telecoms and consumer electronics side).
Your success in today’s market place is highly depended on how well you are connected and collaborating with the entire value chain from semi to the end user; the GSF & GEF Events do just that, provide you with the entire ecosystem to support your growth plans.
TowerJazz CEO, Russell Ellwanger to Provide Opening Keynote at Global Semiconductor Forum 2013 on March 14 in Shanghai, China
TowerJazz to Offer Advanced RF Design Enablement Workshop at EDICon 2013 on March 12-14 in Beijing, China
SAN JOSE, Calif. — June 4, 2013 — Fab equipment spending will grow two percent year-over-year (US$ 32.5 billion) for 2013 and about 23 to 27 percent in 2014 ($41 billion) according to the May edition of the SEMI World Fab Forecast.
We are pleased to welcome on board Peter Copetti, Executive Director and Chairman of The Special Strategic Committee, Poet Technologies Inc.
The following testimonials are from the delegates who attended the 2013 GSF forum: Global Foundries, VP Quality & Customer Enablement – ‘This event is more valuable than a traditional exhibition. “It was well organized with a good mix of buyers and suppliers.’