The 9th Annual Semiconductor Forecast

The 9th Annual Semiconductor Forecast

Summary: On May 23, 2005, the Churchill Club held its 9th Annual Semiconductor Forecast, looking at the impact of evolving consumer electronics markets, wireless and wired communications semiconductor markets, new chip architectures and other technology innovations. The panel of prognosticators included Mark Edelstone, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley; Daniel Niles, CEO, Neuberger Berman Technology Management; and Joe Osha, First Vice President, Global Research, Merrill Lynch.

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Download this PodcastOn May 23, 2005, the Churchill Club held its 9th Annual Semiconductor Forecast, looking at the impact of evolving consumer electronics markets, wireless and wired communications semiconductor markets, new chip architectures and other technology innovations. The panel of prognosticators included Mark Edelstone, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley; Daniel Niles, CEO, Neuberger Berman Technology Management; and Joe Osha, First Vice President, Global Research, Merrill Lynch. The moderator was William Tai, General Partner, Charles River Ventures. The complete program is available as an MP3 that can be downloaded or, if you’re already subscribed to ZDNet’s IT Matters series of audio podcasts, it will show up on your system or MP3 player automatically. (See ZDNet’s podcasts: How to tune in).

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    Inventories are under control, capital spending is restrained and capacity utilization rates are gradually improving so the prospects for a decline in the semiconductor market this year have diminished. However, uncertainty surrounds both the short and the long term future of the industry. Gartner's revised semiconductor forecast is examined with a particular emphasis on the NAND flash memory market and how its interplay with the DRAM market is expected to impact top-line semiconductor market growth in the short to medium term. In the long term, the search for the next "killer application" continues.

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