TV Electronics Conference 2006

The other day, I got an email about the TV Electronics Conference 2006. The event will take place on Thursday, June 22, 2006 at the Hyatt Santa Clara in California.

Flat panel televisions are one of the fastest growing revenue categories in consumer electronics. TV electronics represent one of the most exciting opportunities for semiconductor manufacturers as the 200 million unit TV market goes digital. Until now, there has never been a conference with all TV electronics technologies (tuners, demodulators, MPEG decoders, video processing, audio processing and input/output) under one roof.

Leading TV IC companies will present their views regarding the development and evolution of this exciting market, top financial analysts will examine and discuss the TV IC investment opportunities and DisplaySearch analysts will present their views regarding the current state and future outlook of the TV and TV IC industries.

The intelligence and data you’ll receive in this one-day event are worth thousands of dollars. Whatever your TV questions, you’ll have an opportunity to interact with and learn from leading industry players.

Agenda

  • 8:30-10:30am – Industry and Analyst Outlook
    DisplaySearch along with leading TV components and manufacturers will provide the latest outlooks for the TV and TV Electronics market, retail trends, and other factors that affect the TV electronics market.
    Presenting companies include Genesis, DisplaySearch, and Sharp.
  • 10:30-12:00pm – Future of TVs
    How we watch TVs ten years from now will be very different from the past. It will no longer just be a simple device that consumers sit and watch. Networked homes and DTV will change the way we interact and consume content. This session will examine the changes ahead.
    Presenting companies include Philips, Pixelworks, Silicon Image, and BitRouter.
  • 12:00-1:00pm – Lunch
  • 1:00-2:30pm – Financial Analysts’ Views
    This session will discuss the outlook, trends and implications of the fast changing TV IC marketplace from a Wall Street point of view. How do they see the new competitors coming online? What are the inflection price points to drive the flat screen TVs to the next level? What are the other opportunities besides the video?
    Presenting companies include Pacific Growth Equities, Thomas Weisel Partners, and CIBC World Markets.
  • 2:30-5:00pm – More Than Just Video Processing
    Attention is mostly focused on video processing ICs, but the TV system requires so much more. This session examines other key ICs and other products that are needed for the TV systems. Video benchmark and LCOS electronics are also addressed.
    Presenting companies include Microtune, ATI, Analog Devices, Aurora Systems, and Silicon Optix.

Special EE Times discount is available. To receive your $100 discount, sing Puff the Magic Dragon and mention EE Times when you register online.

About DisplaySearch
DisplaySearch, an NPD Group company, has a core team of 34 employees located in North America and Asia who produce a valued suite of FPD-related market forecasts, technology assessments, surveys, studies and analyses. The company also organizes influential events worldwide. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, DisplaySearch has regional operations in Chicago, Hong Kong, Houston, Kyoto, San Diego, San Jose, Seoul, Shenzhen, Taipei and Tokyo.

About The NPD Group Inc.
Since 1967, The NPD Group has provided reliable and comprehensive consumer and retail information for a wide range of industries. Today more than 1,400 manufacturers and retailers rely on NPD to help them better understand their customers, product categories, distribution channels and competition in order to help guide their business. Information from The NPD Group is available for the following major vertical sectors: apparel, appliances, automotive, beauty, consumer electronics, food and beverage, foodservice, footwear, home improvement, housewares, imaging, information technology, music, software, travel, toys, video games, and wireless.