MEDIA ALERT: eSilicon CEO Jack Harding to Present at the 22nd Annual International Electronics Forum in Dublin, Ireland
SAN JOSE, CA, Sep 25, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) --
"Exploiting the Value Inversion: Evolving the Model to
Re-Focus on Innovation"
International Electronics Forum
Oct 2-4, 2013
Jack Harding, eSilicon's president and CEO, will be the
featured keynote on Friday, October 4.
Ajit Manocha, CEO - GLOBALFOURNDRIES
Wally Rhines, CEO - Mentor
Tony King-Smith, VP - Imagination Technologies
Chairman - VeriSilicon
Mike LeGoff, CEO - Plessey Semiconductors
Jacques Noels, Founder - Crocus Technology
Drew Nelson, CEO - IQE
Jo De Boeck, CTO - IMEC
About Jack Harding
Jack Harding brings more than 25 years of
management experience in the semiconductor industry, spanning the
electronic design automation (EDA) and IC sectors. Prior to
co-founding eSilicon in 2000, Jack was the president and CEO of
Cadence Design Systems. He entered Cadence upon the acquisition of
Cooper & Chyan Technology (CCT), where he served as the president and
CEO, and was responsible for leading the company to an IPO. Prior to
CCT he served as the executive vice president of Zycad Corporation.
Jack began his career with distinction at IBM.
Future Horizons' International Electronics Forum is an
annual executive-level networking event held in cooperation with the
host country's government. With a restricted attendance of around 120
senior international executives, delegates include primarily C-level
executives from microelectronics companies, semiconductor equipment
and materials firms, electronics equipment and systems manufacturers,
start-up and research establishments, government and industry
officials and finance and investment organizations. It is widely
recognized internationally among industry peers as a key global
platform for debate and setting future directions.
eSilicon, the largest independent semiconductor
design and manufacturing services provider, delivers custom ICs and
custom IP to OEMs, independent device manufacturers (IDMs), fabless
semiconductor companies (FSCs) and wafer foundries through a fast,
flexible, lower-risk path to volume production. eSilicon serves a
wide variety of markets including the communications, computer,
consumer and industrial segments.
eSilicon -- Enabling Your Silicon Success(TM)
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Enabling Your Silicon Success are trademarks, of eSilicon
Corporation. Other trademarks are the property of their respective
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