eSilicon Addresses SoC Integration Issues At Inaugural IP Symposium

eSilicon Corporation:

WHAT: eSilicon Corporation's Kalar Rajendiran will participate on a
panel at the inaugural Intellectual Property Symposium,
April 15, 2008 at the San Jose Fairmont Hotel. The event is a
joint effort of EETimes, Semiconductor Insights and
Portelligent, and will examine a number of business,
technical and legal issues around the use of semiconductor IP
in the development of complex chips.
 
Mr. Rajendiran will join executives from Denali Software,
Mentor Graphics and ST Microelectronics on the panel entitled
"Silicon Subsystems: How to develop SoCs Faster and with
Lower Risk." The panel will discuss what subsystems are and
how they help successful SoC development.
 
For more information on the IP Symposium, go to:
http://www.eetimes.semiconductor.com/
 
WHEN: April 15-16, 2008

SoC Panel is Tuesday, April 15, 1:45-2:45 in the

Hillsborough Room

 
WHERE: Fairmont Hotel
San Jose, California
 
WHO: eSilicon, an industry-leading Value Chain Producer (VCP) for
the semiconductor industry, provides a comprehensive suite of
design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a
flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume production. The
company delivers chips to system OEMs and fabless
semiconductor companies who serve a wide variety of markets
including the consumer, computer, communications and
industrial segments. For more information, visit
www.esilicon.com

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