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Published on Nov 9, 2009
For the last 40 years, Moore's Law, which states that transistor density will double every two years, has provided the framework for innovation in the semiconductor industry. But what will the next 10 years bring for this benchmark of the semiconductor industry and for the participants? What does the entrepreneur need to do to be successful in the new environment? And is there a role for government and/or venture capital in this industry?
Panel discussion at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley moderated by Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum Advisory Council Member Laura Oliphant, PhD, Director of Intel Capital. Panel members include Alexei Andreev, Exec. VP and Managing Director, Harris and Harris Group; Gene Meieran, Senior Intel Fellow (retired); and Bruce C. Rhine, Chairman of the Board, Nanometrics. Opening and closing remarks: David Charron, Exec. Director (acting), Lester Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.