SemiWiki.com, the open forum for semiconductor professionals, is a leading online community of people involved with electronic devices and the semiconductor design and manufacturing ecosystem. Since going online January 1st, 2011 more than 3,000,000 users have been recorded at www.SemiWiki.com. According to web analytics company Alexa.com SemiWiki is the most engaging semiconductor design portal in the world!
FOR THE GREATER GOOD OF THE SEMICONDUCTOR ECOSYSTEM!
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP!
As a SemiWiki Member you may adopt a screen name to protect your identity but you must register with real names and your LinkedIn profile. Only semiconductor professionals with LinkedIn profiles qualify as SemiWiki Members and all Member information will be held in the strictest confidence. SemiWiki does NOT share, rent, sell, or trade member registration information. Registered SemiWiki members can post blogs, read and write blog comments, post in the forums, and create or modify Wikis.
Today everything and everyone is connected and crowd sourced. In fact, all social media, from blogs, to forums, and wikis have a profound impact on how people communicate, search for information, and make decisions. For vendors, social media is no longer an experiment or a moonlighting function. Social media is now an integral part of corporate communications.
The SemiWiki business model is subscription based so there is a financial link and the SemiWiki Bloggers share in that success. Bloggers need to eat too. The point of the SemiWiki blogs, wikis, and forums are to drive traffic, feed the site analytics, and provide a real-time-feedback-loop, that is where the SemiWiki value proposition is. This is crowd sourcing, Bloggers share observations, experiences and opinions, SemiWiki members can agree or disagree, the collective knowledge of the crowd will win every time. That is social media: increasing the transparency of business, products, and people.
A SemiWiki subscription includes: A dedicated company landing page with a banner ad, blogging, wikis, calendar of events, and analytics. We also assist with white papers, webinars, and seminars as time permits.
A SemiWiki subscription does not include guaranteed coverage of your events. The observations, opinions, and experiences shared by SemiWiki Bloggers are their own. We are semiconductor professionals and have personal brands to protect.
You do not need to subscribe to SemiWiki for us to cover your events. Contact the Blogger of your choice and we will see what we can do, as time and interest permits. If you want us to cover a live event send us a media pass and we would be happy to attend (schedule permitting) and share our experiences on SemiWiki. If you would like to post a guest blog on SemiWiki please email that request to admin at semiwiki dot com.
Companies that currently subscribe to SemiWiki or have a professional connection with a SemiWiki Blogger include:
Aldec, Amiq EDA, AnaGlobe, ANSYS, Avatar Integrated Systems, Breker Systems, Cadence, ClioSoft, Consensia, Defacto, Exostiv Labs, Fractal Technologies, Intento Design, Magillen, Magwell, Mentor Graphics, Methodics, Mirabilis Design, MunEDA, Platform Design Automation, S2C, Sigasi, Silvaco, Solido DA, Synopsys.
Achronix, Analog Bits, ARM, Arteris, CEVA, Eta Compute, Flex Logix, Intrinsic ID, IP Nest, Menta, Moortec, NetSpeed, Omni Design, Rambus, RISC-V, Sidense, SiFive, Silicon Creations, Sure Core, Tortuga Logic.
Delta, EDA Careers, eFabless, eSilicon, Open-Silicon, Oski Technology, IC Knowledge, Jama Software, Presto Engineering, Semiconductor Advisors, Semiconductor Intelligence, Semitracks.
GlobalFoundries, Intel Custom Foundry, Samsung Foundry, STMicroelectrics, TSMC.
SemiWiki Bloggers include industry professionals:
Daniel Nenni, Daniel Payne, Eric Esteve, Bill Jewell, Scotten Jones, Tom Simon, Bernard Murphy, Robert Maire, Alex Tan, Randy Smith, and Tom Dillinger.
SemiWiki has a strict no shills policy. All vendor employees must properly identify themselves if they are going to answer questions, promote products, or talk about the company they work for on SemiWiki.
While Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other search engines will continue to play an important role in social media, KNOWLEDGE SHARING sites like SemiWiki are the new search. The role of user generated content has changed the way information is exchanged. SemiWiki brings technology and technologists closer together than ever before, providing in-demand content and facilitating peer-to-peer communications using Web 2.0 technologies.
5 things you should know about SemiWiki:
- SemiWiki is global. Your experience here will be from around the world with an incredible amount of information at your fingertips. Make sure you connect and interact, make sure you engage at all levels.
- Build relationships and network. You can truly connect here with people who you have not met. Make friends and create a support system for your professional life.
- Take the good and the bad. Distinguish between fact and opinion, objective and subjective. People will either like or dislike your posts and there is something to be learned from both.
- Don’t be evil. Top influencers will have one thing in common, they use their influence for the greater good.
- Be yourself. Impersonating others online is a crime so just be yourself. Share your knowledge, share your profession, share your passion. You don’t have to be an expert or industry icon to be a top influencer on SemiWiki.
Please direct questions, comments, and suggestions to admin at semiwiki dot com