Who bought what? OEM Semiconductor Spend Webinar
Apr 09, 2004
Everything orbits around it. Everyone's fate is tied to it. It's the enabler of all life and the source of all energy in our corner of the universe. No, we're not talking about the sun-but rather about the level of semiconductor purchasing by electronics OEMs.
How much OEMs spend on semiconductors can make or break the fortunes of the multi-billion-dollar chip industry in a given year. Indeed, OEM spending is the single biggest factor determining the health of the worldwide semiconductor market.
Thus it's key for semiconductor suppliers to understand how much individual OEMs are spending on chips. They also need to know which companies are the
largest purchasers and what types of parts they are buying.
On Thursday, Apr. 15, at a Webinar event, iSuppli Corp. will unveil an improved and updated version of the most powerful tool ever devised to understand OEM chip buying patterns: iSuppli's OEM Semiconductor Spend Analysis.
Need to know which OEM is world's biggest chip spender?
Interested in how much the major OEMs are spending on individual components?
Curious about how companies' spending varies from region to region?
iSuppli's OEM Semiconductor Spend Analysis has the answers to these questions and many more.
Building on the highly-successful initial version released in 2003, the 2004 model of the OEM Semiconductor Spend Analysis offers dramatically expanded features, such as coverage of a larger number of OEMs, more semiconductor segments and more detailed information on individual application markets.
The new version also for the first time offers regional data and will be updated twice in 2004, compared to once in 2003. Join Greg Sheppard, executive vice president, Market Intelligence Services at iSuppli to hear the latest results from the 2004 OEM Semiconductor Spend Analysis, including:
* Top OEM spenders.
* Top buyers of chips for markets including computers,
wireless communications and consumer electronics.
* Top regional buyers.
Sheppard's Webinar, entitled Who Bought What? will take place on Thursday, Apr. 15 at 8:30 a.m. U.S. Pacific Time.
Attendees can call in to the Webinar to hear Sheppard's comments and can use an Internet browser to view the presentation slides.
Register today by visiting http://www.isuppli.com/events/webinars.asp and find out who bought what.