John Pitzer is a Managing Director, Global Technology Strategist, Technology Sector Head and Semiconductor Analyst at Credit Suisse. Mr. Pitzer joined Credit Suisse in March of 2000 and has maintained a top 3 Analyst ranking in external polls including Institutional Investor, Greenwich Survey and Bloomberg. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Mr. Pitzer also held analyst positions at Prudential Volpe Technology Group, Deutsche Bank Alex-Brown and Needham & Company.
Dan is CEO and Chairman of VLSIresearch inc. He is a recognized authority on the semiconductor industry, winning SEMI’s Sales and Marketing Excellence Award1 in 2012 for “empowering executives with tremendous strategic and tactical marketing value” through his e-letter, The Chip Insider® his book Maxims of Hi-Tech, and his many interviews of executives.
CEO and Chairman
Dale Ford is the Chief Analyst at the Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA). Previously, he managed the research teams at IHS responsible for coverage of the electronics, semiconductor and electronics components industry and was one of the founders of iSuppli’s market research. As a highly respected industry analyst with extensive experience producing award winning market research he brings expertise in technology trends, competitive analysis, forecasting and supply/demand research of the electronics, semiconductor and electronics components industries. Mr. Ford has been researching the electronics and electronics components industries for over 25 years.
Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA)
Falan Yinug is director of industry statistics and economic policy at SIA. Responsible for managing SIA’s statistics and data program, Yinug represents SIA in the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) program, which maintains industry-driven monthly sales data for the global industry as well as sales forecasts. His work also entails supporting SIA’s advocacy efforts through economic research and analysis.
Director, Industry Statistics and Economic Policy
Semiconductor Industry Association