- Meeting Schedule
- Internet of Things – McKinsey&Co and GSA Report
Notice: With immense sadness we report that Dr. Yannick Levy, GSA EMEA Leadership Council member and long time GSA supporter, passed away at the beginning of January 2017. Our thoughts go out to his family for this terrible loss.
Dr. Maria Marced
GSA EMEA Chairwoman
President, TSMC Europe
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (TSMC Europe B.V.)
Vice President & GM, Connected Home Division
Dr. Jalal Bagherli, Ph.D.
Five AI Inc.
Dr. Udo-Martin Gomez
Bosch Sensortec GmbH
Dr. Georges Karam
President & CEO
Sequans Communications S.A.
Tronics Microsystems (Tronics)
Nordic Semiconductor ASA
Dr. Juergen Rebel
Head, Investor Relations
Infineon Technologies AG
The EMEA Leadership Council is comprised of leading semiconductor executives in the Europe/Middle East/Africa regions.
To identify, discuss and address trends, opportunities and challenges that the semiconductor industry is encountering in the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa).
To define GSA strategy in EMEA. Identify what support, additional tools and resources EMEA companies need, as well as activities and events in the region. Provide advice and counsel to the GSA board of directors on the challenges and issues facing the industry in the EMEA region.
To reduce the barriers and improve the probabilities for success of semiconductor companies active in the EMEA region.
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EMEA Council Chairwoman
Dr. Maria Marced, President, TSMC Europe B.V.
On behalf of the GSA Board of Directors and of the EMEA Leadership Council, we would like to thank Dr. Bagherli for his outstanding leadership in these past two years, and we are excited to welcome Dr. Marced as the new Chairwoman.
The EMEA Leadership Council meets quarterly in various locations, in conjunction with GSA main events.
For questions about the schedule, please email Sandro Grigolli at email@example.com.
Internet of Things – McKinsey&Co and GSA Report
McKinsey & Company and the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) recently collaborated to understand the implications of the Internet of Things (IOT) for the semiconductor industry and the economy as a whole. This effort was overseen by a steering committee of 11 senior executives from GSA member companies and McKinsey. It involved the following methods:
- Interviewing 30 GSA members who were senior executives at semiconductor companies or at companies in adjacent industries that are part of the IOT ecosystem, such as network equipment and industrial automation
- Surveying 229 semiconductor executives at GSA member companies
- Assembling a fact base on the IOT, focusing on issues relevant to semiconductor companies.
Among other insights, we found that semiconductor companies are well-positioned to help the IOT gain momentum despite the obstacles ahead, provided that they embrace innovation and rethink their traditional business model.
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