NemeriX, a leading fabless semiconductor company specializing in ultra low power, high-performance A-GPS solutions for GPS and location-based service (LBS) products, announced that NemeriX’s VP Marketing Lew Boore will be moderating a key panel session on GPS at the IET & GSA International Semiconductor Forum 2008 (ExCel London, UK, 14 – 15 May 2008). Boore will head up a panel of leading industry professionals – including senior executives from Air Semiconductor and CSR – in a discussion entitled “GPS – What’s your Global Position?” The session, which will be held on Thursday 15th May, will focus on the key challenges and opportunities arising from the growth of consumer navigation and location-based service markets, addressing both business and technology perspectives.
Now in its fifth year, the IET & GSA International Semiconductor Forum attracts participation from some of the world’s major semiconductor companies, and its leading industry figures. The 2008 event will provide two days of education sessions plus a complimentary exhibition.
More information: IET & GSA International Semiconductor Forum 2008
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. With the release of NX4, NemeriX has four generations of low-power, high performance, stand-alone, hosted, A-GPS experience. NemeriX’s devices enable battery powered location determination anywhere, anytime, facilitating the design and manufacture of truly differentiated products and an enhanced consumer experience. NemeriX’s investors include Atila Ventures, Auriga Partners, Oak Investment Partners, PolyTechnos Venture-Partners, and Vi Venture Incubator.