Jazz Semiconductor AIMS-CAT and JATC Events

Jazz Semiconductor will host its third Technology Conference on October 22-23, 2008 at its Newport Beach headquarters. This year’s theme is “Analog Technology Convergence Creates New Opportunities for Innovation.” The two-day event will include a list of key invited speakers as well as contributed talks, vendor exhibits, and a cocktail reception hosted by Jazz. All participants will have an opportunity to meet with leaders from academia, top executives, and technical professionals in the AIMS semiconductor industry.

Attendees can interact with a wide range of technical professionals from industry leading companies, hear about the most recent technical advances, and experience the latest from tool and IP providers, design companies, and post wafer service companies. Jazz Semiconductor will also offer window fab tours of its 200mm manufacturing facility as well as provide presentations on its modular AIMS technologies and world-class design enablement tools to accelerate customers’ time from design to revenue production.

On Wednesday, October 22, Jazz will offer an Analog-Intensive Mixed-Signal Circuits, Applications, and Technology (AIMS-CAT) seminar. The event brings together a wide range of influential technical professionals and managers focused on analog-intensive mixed-signal circuits, applications, and technology to discuss the latest trends and results. The conference will include a list of key invited speakers as well as contributed talks, vendor exhibits, and a cocktail reception hosted by Jazz.

On Thursday, October 23, Jazz will present its customer event. Russell Ellwanger, CEO of Tower Semiconductor and Jazz Semiconductor Chairman, will provide the keynote address to present the strategic initiatives of Jazz and Tower post-merger. JATC is the company’s largest worldwide customer event. Customers will be able to interact with a wide range of technical professionals from industry leading companies and hear about the latest technical advances in SiGe, RF CMOS and BCD (Bipolar CMOS DMOS).

More info: Jazz Semiconductor