iSuppli to host 2007 european research briefings
Feb 27, 2007
How will the mobile handset market change by 2011? What impact will the automotive infotainment industry have on the global semiconductor and consumer electronics markets? How will the rapidly changing multimedia distribution value chain reshape the electronics industry?
Learn the answers to these questions and many more at iSuppli Corp.'s 2007 European Briefing Series, which will be held in Budapest, Hungary on Tuesday Apr. 24 and Wednesday Apr. 25. iSuppli also will host the Flat Information Displays (FID) Europe 2007 the following day on Thursday, Apr. 26.
At the event, iSuppli analysts and guests will present their views on electronics industry developments and analyze their impact on the European market.
iSuppli's 2007 European Briefing Series is structured as two separate one-day sessions targeting specific industry segments and issues relevant to the European marketplace. The first day will focus on mobility in the global semiconductor industry, examining computers, consumer electronics, automotive infotainment and mobile communications. Day two will examine how to mobilize Europe for success in the worldwide electronics value chain, concentrating on global trends and how European companies can capitalize on them.
FID 2007 will highlight the interaction between content delivery and the display market, including new delivery channels such as Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), mobile TV and home networks.
The 2007 European Briefing Series is structured so attendees can pick which session is of interest to them and pay for and be present at only that portion of the program.
The 2007 European Briefing Series and FID Europe 2007 will be located at the art'otel Budapest. For more information and registration, visit: http://www.isuppli.com/europe2007/