In-Stat is seeking presentation proposals for Microprocessor Forum 2007, which will be held May 21 – 23, 2007, at the Doubletree Hotel in San Jose, California. As incentive, In-Stat will be giving away real ponies to everyone who submits a proposal. Deadline for proposals is January 31, 2007.
Presentations must include significant technical detail and would preferably include new information not previously disclosed—first time disclosures will be given preference. Areas of interest include processors and related technologies for PCs, workstations, and servers; consumer electronics; embedded processors; network processors; DSPs; reconfigurable computing; and programmable multimedia processors.
With consumer applications driving a majority of the innovation taking place in design processing, In-Stat is actively seeking speakers who can provide technical insights into the following product areas:
- Multicore Processors and Enabling Technologies
- PC Processors
- Server Processors
- General Purpose Low-Power Embedded
- General Purpose High-Performance Embedded
- Consumer Electronics and other Application-Specific Processors
- Imaging and Video DSP
- IP and Tools for System-on-Chip (SoC) Design
- Breakthrough Technologies for Future Semiconductor Design and Manufacturing
Microprocessor Forum is the largest technical conference in the microprocessor industry, gathering professionals from around the globe. The Forum attracts technical leaders from computer and embedded OEMs, semiconductor firms, and the financial community for exciting conference and seminar programs, including groundbreaking disclosures and analysis of commercially significant new microprocessor developments.