Future Horizon Hosts 17th International Electronics Forum (IEF)

April 4, 2008
Future Horizons, one of the world’s top global semiconductor industry analysts, is hosting its 17th International Electronics Forum (IEF) under the auspices of the Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority at the Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, May 7-9, 2008. The theme of

Future Horizons, one of the world’s top global semiconductor industry analysts, is hosting its 17th International Electronics Forum (IEF) under the auspices of the Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority at the Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, May 7-9, 2008. The theme of this year’s conference is Revolution or Evolution. Speakers include Mark Pinto of Applied Materials, Luc van den Hove of IMEC, JJ Yamaguchi of NEC Electronics, Petri Liuha from Nokia Research Centre, Theo Claasen of NXP Semiconductors, Kees van der Klauw of Philips Consumer Lifestyle, Stefan Kampmann from Robert Bosch, Loic Lietar of STMicroelectronics, VG Gujrathi of TATA Motors and other leading international electronics industry companies. The IEF has established itself is an event for senior level personnel who need to understand the way the semi industry sees the future unfolding. For further information, updated speaker listings and to book delegate places, visit www.futurehorizons.com or call + 44 1732 740 440.

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