NemeriX, a leading fabless semiconductor company specializing in ultra low power semiconductors and solutions for GPS and location-based services, announces that CEO Ron Torten will deliver a keynote address at the IET & FSA International Semiconductor Forum (May 14-15 2007, Le Palais des Congres de Paris, France).
The speech, which will address “Winning the Supply Chain Challenges in a Fabless Model”, will be given at 2:00pm CEST on Tuesday May 15th. Torten will be speaking alongside Visionary Keynote Speakers from ARM, Xilinx, Inc., Cadence Design Systems, Inc. and Chipnuts.
Now in its fourth year, the IET & FSA International Semiconductor Forum brings together high-tech industry leaders from across Europe and beyond to examine the most pressing issues surrounding today’s semiconductor industry. The programme features an Executive/Business track and this year the programme will also include a technical track.
As part of NemeriX’s industry speaking programme, later this month, NemeriX CTO Lionel Garin will deliver a paper at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Institute of Navigation (April 23-25 2007, Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, Massachusetts). Garin will be presenting as part of the Urban and Indoor Navigation track, on the theme of “Silicon Valley’s Role in the GPS Revolution” (8:30am EDT, Wednesday April 25th). The presentation will discuss the role that Silicon Valley plays in developing the latest Assisted-GPS services, and the issues that handset manufacturers and carriers are addressing in order to deliver these next-generation location-based services to consumers.
Founded in April 2002, NemeriX S.A. (Manno, Switzerland) is a venture-backed fabless semiconductor company specializing in ultra low power GPS and LBS integrated circuits, software and firmware for GPS and wireless applications. NemeriX’s devices enable battery-powered location determination anywhere, anytime, facilitating the design and manufacture of truly differentiated products for both consumer and professional markets.