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26 April 2018: The annual SOI Silicon Valley Symposium at the Hyatt – Santa Clara, CA


The need for low power microelectronics without sacrificing speed has developed a strong momentum behind FD-SOI technologies.  In previous SOI Consortium events, the focus was on the growth of the ecosystem, on the progress of the EDA/IP offering, on the foundry platforms, on the supply (Si Valley, Tokyo, Shanghai). The topic this year was  SOI adoption with Special Focus on FD-SOI and the Application Drivers.

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Presentations

Keynote: Get More With Less in AI & IoT Era, Frankwell Jyh-Ming Lin, CEO of Andes Technology
Keynote: The Future of Embedded Processing with FD SOI, Ron Martino, VP & GM, NXP

Session 2: Products and Opportunities
Solutions, Opportunities & Innovation in Automotive Applications, Andre Blum, Project Manager, Audi
Ready for Flight with FD-SOI, Olivier Notebaert, Expert, Airbus
Low Power IoT Products of FDSOI Technology, Kenichi Nakano, GM, Sony (presentation not available)

Session 3: Ecosystem in Evolution
FD-SOI & finFET: And gate? Or gate? How Decision Maker and Influencer Views Changed Since 2016, Dan Hutcheson, CEO, VLSIResearch
Invited Speech, Hong Hao, SVP Foundry Business, Samsung,  (presentation not available)
FDX – Market Validated Differentiation , Bami Bastani, SVP, Globalfoundries
China’s Strategy to Promote IC Industry,  Jeffrey Wang, CEO, Simgui

Session 4: Innovative Applications
FDSOI for IoT & Automotive, Ramkumar Subramanian, SVP, Ineda Systems
AI Applications at the Very Edge, Loic Lietar, CEO, Greenwaves
Automotive ADAS MPSoC Roadmap on 22nm FDSOI Technology, Jens Benndorf, CEO, Dreamchip
Enabling Data-intensive IoT Applications Thanks to FD-SOI and eMRAM, Jean Pascal Bost, CEO, Evaderis
 Realizing Near-Threshold Computing with 22FDX & Low Power Memories, William Koven, CEO, Reduced Energy Microsystems

 

Symposium was sponsored by