Media Alert: SuVolta and Industry Leaders to Debate the More than Moore Movement at GSA Silicon Summit

Media Alert: SuVolta and Industry Leaders to Debate the More than Moore 
Movement at GSA Silicon Summit 
Panel to Examine Key Trends, Challenges and Opportunities to Realize
Higher Density, Greater Functionality and Boosted Performance for ICs 
LOS GATOS, CA and MOUTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/11/13 --  
 On April 18th, 2013, SuVolta, Inc. will join industry
leaders in a panel discussion entitled "Integration Challenges and
Opportunities" at Global Semiconductor Alliance's (GSA) Silicon
Summit. Panelists will debate unifying silicon technologies with
novel integration concepts; application software convergence; and new
supply chain business models. 
 Moore's Law has transcended computing expectations; however,
its promise will eventually reach scalability limitations due to the
extraordinary consumer demands. Future technology encompasses
breakthroughs capable of interaction with the outside world, which
the More than Moore movement achieves. Through integrating
functionalities that do not scale to deliver cost-optimized and
value-added system solutions, this trend holds significant potential
for the industry. This event will explore the business and technical
factors defining the More than Moore movement, and address how it
will yield revolutionary electronic devices. 
 SuVolta's Dr. Robert Rogenmoser will join a panel moderated by
GLOBALFOUNDRIES and panelists from Altera Corporation, ASE Group,
Inc., Microsemi Corporation and Soitec, to discuss key trends,
challenges and opportunities to realize higher density, greater
functionality and boosted performance for ICs. 
SuVolta's DDC transistor technology and device structure enables
scaling (reduction) of two of the most critical transistor parameters
- scaling of supply voltage, along with scaling of transistor size to
the 20nm node. The DDC technology applies across a wide range of
integrated circuit (IC) products, including processors, SRAMs, and
SOCs that are critical to today's mobile products. 
 The Computer History Museum, 1401 Shoreline Blvd. in
Mountain View, California, USA. 
 April 18, 2013; 9:00 a.m. registration; 9:45 a.m. opening
remarks; 1:15 p.m. panel discussion: Integration Challenges and
 GSA members and editors receive complimentary admission.
Non-member registration fee is $50. Register online at 
Margo Westfall
SuVolta, Inc.
+1 (408) 429 6058 
Vishal Bali
The Hoffman Agency 
+1 (415) 691 4565 
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