GSA Memory Conference 2010, SAN JOSE, USA: GSA, the voice of the global semiconductor industry, today announced the launch of its new 2010 GSA Memory Conference Report. On March 16, 2010, GSA held the first-ever GSA Memory Conference in Taipei.
This unique conference brought together industry leaders, representatives from distinguished companies, world famous speakers, and analysts from research institutes to discuss “Bridging Memory and Logic ICs for Better System Performance.”
With this theme as the pillar for this report, the researchers summarize the speakers’ presentations, provide analysis and important market information, as well as draw reference to addressable technology comparisons and applications. Comments from consultants and industry experts are also included, therefore enriching the comprehensiveness of this report.
Through its Memory committee, GSA has collaborated with the Industrial Economics & Knowledge Center (IEK) at the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in Taiwan to execute this report. The 2010 GSA Memory Conference Report intends to create greater awareness of mainstream memory issues, the evolution of emerging memories, and the trends and opportunities to integrate logic and memory.
Etron Technology, IEK, and Macronix International Co., Ltd. sponsored the 2010 GSA Memory Conference Report. GSA Memory committee members made significant contributions to the development of the report.