Samsung and Microsoft to Highlight Latest Operating System and Flash Technologies PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Aug. 29, 2006
-- Denali Software, today announced that it will open the fifth annual MemCon San Jose Conference and Exhibition, the largest gathering of memory professionals in the world, with a half-day symposium September 12 on the new Windows Vista(TM) operating system and how memory will enhance the Windows Vista experience.
"The half-day symposium at MemCon San Jose 2006 is an ideal way for us to reach those in the system designer community who are eager to learn about Windows Vista first hand," said James Borden, Hardware Evangelist, Storage Group, Microsoft Corporation. "Flash-based technologies, such as Windows ReadyBoost and Windows ReadyDrive enhance a Windows Vista user's experience, so we are delighted to participate in an established industry event that helps to demonstrate how best to work with these technologies."
"Windows Vista is more than the next iteration of an operating system," said Tom Trill, Vista Project Director, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. "It represents the best way to substantively improve the user PC experience combined with a few minor, yet important upgrades of which memory is the most critical."
The symposium will be comprised of eight presentations that provide MemCon 2006 San Jose attendees with an in-depth preview of the Windows Vista operating system, of new memory technology that will enhance its performance and of technical aspects of designing with memory in the Windows Vista environment. A panel providing a detailed look at flash memory and Windows Vista will round out the symposium.
Presentations will include:
- The New World of Memory
- Windows Vista: Embarking Upon a New Vision
- The Role of Flash in Windows Performance Acceleration
- Windows Vista's Visual Future: Graphics and Media in Microsoft's Next OS
- The PC Demystified: Memory and the Windows Experience Index
- Flash Solutions for the PC
Presentations will last 20-50 minutes, with questions from the audience being entertained immediately after each. There will be a special evening reception immediately following the symposium from 5:30 to 7:00 pm, with complimentary beverages and hors d'oeuvres, sponsored by Samsung and Microsoft.
The symposium will be held from 1-5:30 pm, Tuesday, September 12 in Hall A-1 of the Santa Clara Convention Center located in Santa Clara, California. Market analyst Lane Mason will open the conference and symposium. Attendance is free for industry professionals. Agenda and registration information is available online at: www.memcon.com.
About Denali MemCon
Denali MemCon is the premier industry event addressing the business, technology, and system design strategies for semiconductor memory and storage. The MemCon event is held annually in San Jose and Tokyo and has been expanded to other cities including Austin, Boston, Munich, and Shanghai. MemCon is produced by Denali Software, and sponsored by leading companies in the semiconductor memory and storage industries. These events feature exclusive presentations from industry experts on topics ranging from memory device technology, product roadmaps, market outlooks, to design techniques and silicon implementation strategies for memory storage systems. To register to attend, visit: www.memcon.com.
About Denali Software, Inc.
Denali Software Inc. is a world-leading provider of electronic design automation (EDA) and intellectual property (IP) for system-on-chip (SoC) design and verification. Denali delivers the industry's most trusted solutions for deploying PCI Express, NAND and DRAM subsystems. Developers use Denali's EDA, IP and services to reduce risk and speed time-to-market for electronic system and chip design. Denali is headquartered in Palo Alto, California and has offices around the world to serve the global electronics industry. More information about Denali, its products and services is available at www.denali.com.