CASPA 2013 Summer Symposium -- The Rise Of Silicon IP In A Post PC Era07/13/2013 - 07/13/2013

CASPA 2013 Summer Symposium

The Rise of Silicon IP in A Post PC Era


Date:               July 13, 2013 (Saturday)

Time:               12:00 - 5:00 pm
Location:         Cadence Auditorium   

          Building 10, 2655 Seely Ave, San Jose, CA

Registration:     Here


As the semiconductor industry undergoes a landscape shift from PC to handheld and wearable computing, System-on-Chip (SOC) has become the main silicon platform. The trend of horizontal segmentation and system integration continues as silicon IP has become more significant in the growing segment of the semiconductor ecosystem. The final delivery of a successful product depends heavily on some key IP's. It is the most critical question to the silicon provider whether to buy an existing IP solution for SOC integration, or alternatively develop a native solution competing for the performance, power, costs and feature differentiation.

CASPA's 2013 summer symposium will feature leading technologists and world IP experts in the Silicon Valley on Silicon IP and SOC solution. They will share with audiences their views from technology to business aspects on the Silicon IP and its increasing role in the silicon realization today and tomorrow.


                        Beatrice Fu, VP of Marketing, Cadence           

                        John Heinlein, VP of Marketing, ARM


Panel:             Make v.s. Buy – Ingredients for Success in System on Chip (SOC)

                        Yonghua Song, VP, Marvell

                        Andrew Haines - VP of Worldwide Marketing, Arason

                        Will Chen, Partner, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

                        Yi-hung Chee, Senior Director, Intel


Moderator:    Paul McLellan      

Video Information:

2013 CASPA Summer Symposium Promotion Video

CASPA 2013 Summer Symposium Highlights

CASPA 2013 Summer Symposium 1 Introduction

CASPA 2013 Summer Symposium 2 :John Heinlein-Opportunities for Growth in a Conneced World