SEMICON Japan features “World of IoT”

Today, SEMI opens registration for the SEMICON Japan 2014 exposition and programs through its website at SEMICON Japan 2014, Japan’s largest exhibition for the microelectronics manufacturing supply chain, will take place at Tokyo Big Sight in the Tokyo metropolitan area on December 3-5. For the first time, SEMICON Japan will feature a show-within-a-show  “World of IoT” to showcase applications and technologies of companies enabling the IoT revolution, including Toyota Motor, Intel, IBM, Toshiba and Cisco.

“Japan is a key region for the semiconductor industry, with the largest installed fab capacity globally, according to the recent SEMI Fab Forecast report,” said Osamu Nakamura, president of SEMI Japan. “With more than fifty 200mm production fabs for MCU, MEMS, analog and power devices, and with a strong supply chain producing over 50 percent of global semiconductor materials and approximately 35 percent of the global semiconductor equipment, Japan is at the forefront of semiconductor technology. Japan is a major platform for the promising new Internet of Things (IoT) technology, leveraging its strength that will help drive our industry’s growth over the next decade.”

While IoT technologies have begun to emerge in the market, the most exciting technologies are yet to come, but will require collaboration across the electronics supply chain to make them a reality. World of IoT will facilitate the communication across the IoT ecosystem from silicon to applications. The growth of IoT applications presents new opportunities for existing fabs, as well as materials, metrology, secondary equipment, productivity solutions, components and sub-systems, test, and packaging technologies.

SEMICON Japan 2014 will also expand its programming for visitors with four stages on the show floor — TechSTAGE North and South,TechXPOT East and West, and SEMICON Japan SuperTHEATER in the conference tower — to provide more than 100 hours of technical and business sessions.  The sessions on the stages and the theater are free for pre-registered SEMICON Japan 2014 exposition attendees.

Programs on SEMICON Japan SuperTHEATER will include:

  • Semiconductor Executive Forum – Toshiba and Applied Materials will present their perspectives on technology and business innovations.
  • IT Forum – Microsoft, Line and Google will discuss the future in terms of big data and IoT.
  • IoT Forum – CISCO, Sony and Intel will present their business and technology strategies for the IoT era.
  • 2.5D/3D IC Forum – ASE, Xilinx and Toshiba will discuss the 2.5D/3D architectures.
  • Manufacturing Innovation Forum – Intel, IBM and NGR will discuss the innovations required for sub-10nm chip manufacturing.

Japanese-English simultaneous translation will be available for the sessions on SEMICON Japan SuperTHEATER.

SEMICON Japan 2014 is the place for the latest industry insights and networking opportunities. SEMICON Japan 2014 also provides exhibitors an excellent opportunity to meet major device and equipment companies —  Advantest, Ebara, Dainippon Screen Mfg., Disco, Tokyo Electron, Nikon, Texas Instruments, Hitachi High-Tech, Murata Machinery and TowerJazz Panasonic Semiconductor — through the Supplier Search Program.


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