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Corporate Sponsors
Applied Materials, the world's largest supplier of products and services to the global semiconductor industry, is one of the leading information infrastructure providers. Applied Materials enables semiconductor manufacturers to create more powerful, portable, and affordable chips that are the true engines of the new economy.

As a core information infrastructure company, Applied Materials innovates and commercializes the processing and manufacturing technology that helps semiconductor manufacturers produce the world's most advanced chips. Founded in 1967, the Company has become the global leader in the growing semiconductor equipment industry, growing at approximately 23 percent compound annual growth rate for three decades.

To support customers around the world, Applied Materials employs approximately 12,600 people in over 65 locations throughout the United States, Europe, Japan, Korea, Israel, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and the People's Republic of China.
www.appliedmaterials.com

Founded in 1987, TSMC is the world's largest dedicated semiconductor foundry. As the founder and leader of this industry, TSMC has built its reputation by offering advanced wafer production processes and unparalleled manufacturing efficiency. From its inception, TSMC has consistently offered the foundry industry's leading technologies to its customers.

In 2002, TSMC became the first semiconductor foundry to enter the ranks of the top 10 IC companies in terms of worldwide sales, claiming the ninth spot. TSMC anticipates this trend will continue as the company continues to move up the list for the next several years.

As the first dedicated foundry, TSMC has experienced strong growth by building solid partnerships with its customers, large and small. IC suppliers from around the world trust TSMC with their manufacturing needs, thanks to its unique blend of cutting-edge process technologies, pioneering design services, manufacturing productivity and product quality.

TSMC operates two advanced 300mm wafer fab, five 8-inch wafer fabs, and one 6-inch wafer fab. Fab operations are centralized in Taiwan, primarily in HsinChu Science Park and Tainan Science park. TSMC fabs are also located in Camas, Washington (WaferTech), Singapore (SSMC, a joint venture with Philips Semiconductors), and in Shanghai China.

TSMC's headquarters is located in the Hsinchu Science Park, with account management and engineering services offices in Hsinchu, Taiwan; Yokohama, Japan, Amsterdam, The Netherlands and, in the United States at San Jose, Calif., Orange County, Calif., Austin, Texas and Boston, Mass. The company is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the trading symbol of TSM.
www.tsmc.com

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Association Sponsors

FSA is the voice of the global fabless business model. Incorporated in 1994, FSA positively impacts the growth and return on invested capital of this business model to enhance the environment for innovation. It provides a platform for meaningful global collaboration between fabless companies and their partners; identifies and articulates opportunities and challenges to enable solutions; and provides research, resources, publications and survey information.

Members include fabless companies and their supply chain and service partners, representing more than 21 countries across the globe.
www.fsa.org


SEMI North America, headquartered in Washington DC, is a regional office for Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI). We are a global industry association serving companies that provide equipment, materials and services used to manufacture semiconductors, displays, nano-scaled structures, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and related technologies.

SEMI maintains offices and hosts programs and activities in every major microelectronics and display manufacturing region around the world. SEMI North America oversees programs and member services in the North America region, including the SEMICON West trade show and the U.S. public policy program.
www.semi.org


The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) is the premier trade association representing the U.S. microchip industry. SIA member companies comprise 90 percent of U.S. semiconductor production and employ a domestic workforce of more than 284,000. The SIA provides a forum for domestic semiconductor companies to work collectively to advance the competitiveness of the $102 billion U.S. chip industry.
www.sia-online.org


The Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association (TSIA) was founded in November 1996 to meet the growing demand on industrial activities and to promote the cooperation and the development of Taiwan semiconductor industry. Bearing in mind that notable performances in the past does not guarantee long-lasting profit in an ever-advancing industry like semiconductor, the TSIA aims to help the semiconductor industry in Taiwan remains on a competitive edge through various domestic and international activities.

TSIA has over 180 corporate and associate members, including companies engaged in semiconductor R&D, design, manufacturing, packaging, testing, equipment and materials. TSIA regularly organizes and sponsors a variety of domestic seminars and international symposia, exhibition, networking, etc. to strengthen business linkage and broaden business scope for its member companies. TSIA also endeavors to build up constructive relationship between the local industry and corresponding international organizations.

Major international cooperation activities includes the participation of the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) efforts since 1998 and the joining of the World Semiconductor Council (WSC) since 1999, demonstrating TSIA's role as the bridge between the semiconductor industry in Taiwan and the global semiconductor community.
www.tsia.org.tw

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This conference provides a unique opportunity for semiconductor and technology industry companies to sponsor an event focusing specifically on strategic issues of most consequence to businesses operating in the Taiwan and China markets.

Sponsoring companies will have outstanding visibility at this gathering of senior business leaders from the U.S., Taiwan, and China, ensuring a position at the forefront of the many opportunities presented by the increasing integration of the three economies. In addition, sponsors will be able to closely interact with high-level decision-makers in the U.S. government, as well as with speakers and with other key guests.

If you are interested in sponsoring the conference, please contact Judson Payne, Director of Corporate Affairs, US-Taiwan Business Council, via telephone at (703) 465-2930 or via email to JPayne(at)us-taiwan.org.
Corporate Sponsorship Benefits (US$2,500)
  • Sponsoring companies receive 3 complimentary conference registrations.
  • Can send 2 senior representatives (3 if the company is a Board Member of the US-Taiwan Business Council) to a private reception & dinner on January 11, 2006. This event will allow sponsors to interact personally with conference speakers and industry VIPs.
  • Sponsor representatives will receive preferred seating assignments at lunch.
  • Sponsoring companies will be formally recognized at the conference opening and closing sessions.
  • Banners featuring sponsor names and logos will be displayed during all sessions and lunch.
  • Sponsor company profiles and logos will be featured in the conference portfolio, which will be distributed to all attendees.
  • Company names and/or logos will be included on all promotional materials distributed prior to the conference, including invitations, e-mail notifications, and other advertising.
  • Logos, profiles, and website links will be featured on the conference website.
  • Press releases will highlight corporate sponsorship of the event.
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