MEMS Executive Congress 2011
November 2-3, 2011
Monterey Plaza Resort & Spa
An annual executive forum promoting the commercialization of MEMS
“One size fits all” just does not apply in MEMS manufacturing. Heterogeneous models—in-house, fab-lite and fabless—offer flexible approaches to the varied requirements of MEMS fabrication, empowering companies to make the choices that will keep them competitive.
At the seventh annual MEMS Executive Congress , our panel of global MEMS fabrication business leaders will boldly explore the diverse approaches to manufacturing MEMS. Where are we today, how did we get here, and where are we going? What is driving this new era of fab-lite and fabless manufacturing and why do some companies make the choice to keep their fab in-house? And, how do variables such as current processes, price and time-to-market pressures, and the need for flexibility affect a foundry’s strategy?
Representing very different perspectives on the manufacturing spectrum, our panelists will offer candid opinions on how to come out a winner in this increasingly competitive and revenue-generating market.
Please join us Thursday, November 3, 2011, 10:00-10:45 a.m., for the panel, MEMS Foundry Models—In-House, Fab-Lite, Fabless.
Moderator: Nancy Fares, President & CEO, Micralyne
- Claude Jean, Executive VP & GM, Teledyne DALSA
- Gary Johnson, CEO, Silex Microsystems
- Rakesh Kumar, Director MEMS, 200mm Business Unit, GLOBALFOUNDRIES
- Seyed Paransun, Vice President and General Manager, Sensor & Actuator Solutions Division, Freescale Semiconductor
Register today for MEMS Executive Congress
As a business rather than a technical conference, MEMS Executive Congress provides a unique forum for MEMS solution providers and OEM integrators to exchange ideas and information during panel discussions and networking events. This truly unique two-day event is the year’s must-attend conference for the entire MEMS supply chain.
If you have not registered yet, you can do so via the link below:
MEMS Workshop: Needs & Opportunities
September 15-16 (following the EMPC 2011 Conference)
Hilton Metropole Brighton, UK
Organized by iNEMI
Supported by MEMS Industry Group (MIG)
ST Microelectronics’ Benedetto Vigna, Group Vice President and General Manager of ST Microelectronics’ (STM, ST) MEMS, Sensors, and High-Performance Analog Division, will deliver keynote at iNEMI MEMS workshop
Thought leaders from the electronics industry and research community will come together this September to tackle the challenges of developing and adopting MEMS technologies. Make plans now to join the discussion.
This meeting is intended to set the priorities and direction for future industry-led collaborative programs. Your participation will enable you to help set this agenda for the electronics industry.
Join speakers from: Bosch, Coventor, Fraunhofer IZM, imec, iNEMI, Léti, Tronics Group,
Yole Développement and more as we:
• Identify the major technology areas where the electronics industry has the greatest potential impact on improving the reliability, testability, performance, and cost of MEMS–based solutions.
• For the high-priority challenges, identify and begin to define collaborative projects that iNEMI and other organizations can develop that will either partially or fully address the technology and supply chain gaps requiring electronics industry leadership.
• Form action groups to define and execute the required industrial collaborative programs.
• Define research and development needs to support these programs.
(Fees listed are in US dollars.)
• iNEMI members: free
• MIG members: $250 (contact Kacey Wherley for coupon code) at email@example.com
• Non-members: $350
Register now http://www.inemi.org/node/2113
For more information http://www.inemi.org/events/mems-workshop
Smartphones and media tablets drive expansion; 3-axis gyroscope is the star MEMS device
Contributed by Jérémie Bouchaud, Director and Principal Analyst, MEMS, iSuppli
The MEMS market for its largest and most dynamic sector, consumer and mobile devices, is set to generate record growth in 2011 on the back of robust exposure in smart-phone and tablet applications, according to a Consumer & Mobile MEMS Market Tracker report from information and analysis provider IHS.
Revenue in 2011 for consumer and mobile MEMS will hit $2.25 billion, up a best-ever expansion level of 37 percent, compared to the previous high-water mark of 27 percent in 2010 when revenue reached $1.64 billion. Consumer MEMS growth slowed to 6 percent in 2009 during the crucial period of recovery following the deep economic crisis of the prior year, but that has proven to be the only soft spot for the market. Overall, the ﬁve-year revenue prospects starting from 2010 call for solid growth by a factor of nearly three to $4.54 billion in 2015, equivalent to a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 22.5 percent.