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Memory+ Conference
May 15, 2019
Shanghai Pudong, China

Silicon Summit
June 18, 2019
Santa Clara, CA, USA

GSA Executive Series | Automotive Software and Electronics 2030
July 9, 2019
Munich, Germany

U.S. Executive Forum
September 17, 2019
Menlo Park, CA, USA

Silicon Summit East
October 8, 2019
Saratoga Springs, NY, USA

Asia Pacific Executive Forum
November 2019
Taipei, Taiwan

Entrepreneurship Conference
November, 2019

GSA Awards Dinner
December 5, 2019
Santa Clara, CA, USA

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SecureRF Joins Global Semiconductor Alliance and is Enlisted to Participate on IoT Security Working Group – SHELTON, Conn., April 9, 2019 –SecureRF Corporation today announced that it has joined the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) and accepted an invitation to participate on the IoT Security Working Group. SecureRF is a provider of security tools delivering identification, authentication, and data protection optimized for low-resource processors and embedded devices. Read more here

GSA Announces Appointment of IoT Security Working Group Board of Directors, Chair & Vice Chair – SAN JOSE, Calif., April 3, 2019 – The Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) is pleased to announce the appointment of the Board of Directors, including Chair and Vice Chair, for the GSA IoT Security Working Group.  Marc Canel, Vice President of Security, Arm, will Chair the group, working with Sami Nassar, Vice President of Cybersecurity, NXP, who is taking the Vice Chair role. The other participants of the five-member board are Henry Lee, Senior Vice President of Mobile Security, Samsung Electronics, Tom Katsioulas, Head of Business and Ecosystem for Trusted Silicon and Supply Chain, Mentor/ Siemens, and Shrikant Lohokare, Senior Vice President and Executive Director, GSA. Read more here

Semiconductor Leaders Say The Internet of Things Is Poised To Propel Industry in 2019:  KPMG Study – SANTA CLARA, Calif. April 2, 2019 – Leaders of semiconductor companies globally ranked Internet of Things (IoT) – the technology powering smart appliances, wearable devices and “smart cities” – as the most important application driving semiconductor revenue over the next year. IoT is expected to supplant wireless communications, last year’s leader, as the key revenue driver, according to the KPMG 2019 Global Semiconductor Industry Outlook from audit, tax and advisory services leader KPMG LLP, in collaboration with the Global Semiconductor Alliance. Read more here


AONdevices, Inc.

Southern California based AONdevices, led by voice and audio chip expert 


AONdevices (AON) demonstrates deep learning-based voice control technology to leading OEMs