2019 GSA Silicon Summit and SiFive

2019 GSA Silicon Summit and SiFive
by Daniel Nenni on 06-28-2019 at 8:00 am

Naveed Sherwani, President and CEO of SiFive, did the keynote for this year’s Silicon Summit. This is one of the premier events for the C level executives in Silicon Valley, absolutely. Naveed is one of the top visionaries for the semiconductor industry and he certainly did not disappoint this time or any other time in my experience.… Read More


GSA Silicon Summit Is On April 10th

GSA Silicon Summit Is On April 10th
by Paul McLellan on 03-17-2014 at 1:01 pm

Image RemovedThe annual GSA Silicon Summit is coming up in a few weeks. It is on April 10th at the Computer History Museum. Registration is at 9am and the meeting itself gets started at 9.45am. The summit finishes at 2.15pm. There are three sections during the day, and lunch is provided.

The first section is on Advancements in NanoscaleRead More


GSA Silicon Summit: More than Moore

GSA Silicon Summit: More than Moore
by Paul McLellan on 04-05-2013 at 2:32 pm

Image RemovedThe theme of this year’s GSA Silicon Summit is More than Moore. This has become a sort of catchall phrase for technologies other than simply moving to the next process node. The summit is on April 18th at the computer history museum (1401 Shoreline Blvd). Registration takes place at 9am and the actual sessions… Read More


April 17-19: Overbooked!

April 17-19: Overbooked!
by Paul McLellan on 04-01-2013 at 4:23 pm

For three days in a couple of weeks time there is a crash of conferences, spread out all over the extended Bay Area.

Image RemovedFirstly, from 17-19th April at the Santa Clara Hyatt is the Linley Mobile Conference. This covers all things microprocessor in the mobile industry. Details of the conference including the full agenda … Read More


Silicon Summit April 18th, 2013

Silicon Summit April 18th, 2013
by Daniel Nenni on 03-07-2013 at 7:00 pm

Image RemovedMoore’s Law has transcended computing expectations; however, its promise will eventually reach scalability limitations due to extraordinary consumer demands. Future technology encompasses breakthroughs capable of interaction with the outside world, which the More than Moore movement achieves. Through… Read More