Tradeshows & Conferences
ISS USA 2023 – INDUSTRY STRATEGIC SYMPOSIUM
Reaching $1T the Right Way: A Sustainable Path
The semiconductor market is expected to reach an astounding $1 trillion by 2030. But as the past few years have demonstrated, opportunities in the marketplace come hand-in-hand with new and unexpected challenges. From trade wars to a global pandemic to supply chain and economic disruptions, companies in all industries had to scramble to keep ahead of the curve.
The Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) is designed to help you identify and navigate the challenges ahead and to see the whole picture—the business, technological, workforce development, sustainability forces at play—so you can map out a strategy that minimizes risks and maximizes opportunities. The range of expertise and insight at ISS is legendary: Speakers include industry leaders, economists, technologists, investors, and politicians—all bringing insight and unique perspectives to challenge your thinking and sharpen your focus.
Yole Group will be part of these speakers with:
Mike HOWARD, VP of DRAM and Memory Research,
Yole Intelligence part of Yole Group
Monday, January 9
Session 1: Economic Trends
1:30pm – 2:30pm: Industry Forecast panel
VP of DRAM and Memory Research
As VP of DRAM and Memory Research, Mike Howard is a member of the Semiconductor, Memory & Computing division, at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group.
Mike’s mission at Yole is to deliver a comprehensive understanding of the entire memory and semiconductor landscape (with special emphasis on DRAM) via market updates and Market Monitors. Mike is also deeply involved in the business development of all memory activities. Mike is based in the US.
Mike has a deep understanding of the DRAM and memory markets with a valuable combination of industry and market research experience. For the decade prior to joining Yole, Mike was the Senior Director of DRAM and Memory Research at IHS. Before IHS, Mike worked at Micron Technology where he had roles in corporate development, marketing, and engineering.
Mike earned a Master of Business Administration at The Ohio State University (United-States), a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts in Finance at the University of Washington (Washington, United-States).