IPextreme launches Intellectual Property (IP) Conference in Tokyo

TOKYO, 17 October 2006. IPextreme Inc., a semiconductor technology licensing company, has announced its annual intellectual property (IP) conference entitled "IP Fuels the Semiconductor Industry," which will take place this year in Tokyo, Japan.

Oct 17th, 2006

TOKYO, 17 October 2006. IPextreme Inc., a semiconductor technology licensing company, has announced its annual intellectual property (IP) conference entitled "IP Fuels the Semiconductor Industry," which will take place this year in Tokyo, Japan.

The conference features presentations on the topic of IP from thought leaders in the semiconductor industry from around the world, such as Freescale, Fujitsu, NXP Semiconductor, Synplicity, and Yogitech.

Who should attend: Executives and technologists from semiconductor companies who wish to hear a global perspective on the changing business and technical practices that are taking shape around the world.

Where and when: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 at the Toronomon Pastoral Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. The conference will take place from 10:00 - 17:00 and will conclude with a cocktail reception and technology demonstrations.

Featured Presentations:
Disruptive Effects of IP Licensing on the Semiconductor Industry

- Warren Savage, IPextreme

Freescale Accelerating FlexRay Adoption through a Complementary IP Offering

- Koji Muto, Freescale Semiconductor

Accelerating Chip Delivery through a Robust Verification Environment

- Silvano Motto, Yogitech

Fujitsu: Introduction to FR-V

- Atsuhiro Suga, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.

CoolFlux Ultra-Efficient DSP Audio Technology

- Dirk Van Eester, NXP (Formerly Philips) Semiconductor

Proposal for Industry Standard Secure IP Flow

- Mike Arai and Eri Inoue, Synplicity

IP Packaging Technology to Maximize Ease of Integration

- Kirk Saotome, IPextreme

For more information and registration: http://www2.iptc.com/open/semi061024.html

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