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How do technology adoption trends impact the entire supply chain? What future opportunities are shaping today's raw materials, semiconductors, and displays?
It's a brave new world where "everything technology" is a common denominator for an otherwise uncommon explosion in disruptive innovations, shifting consumer behaviors, and volatile swings in supply and demand that reverberate throughout all technology-consuming markets. As the downstream battle for subscribers intensifies, the upstream battle for the silicon, intellectual property, and raw materials that are increasingly used within automotive, medical, industrial, and other sectors is just as fierce.
While most savvy organizations understand the interconnected nature of the supply chain, many also lack a fundamental understanding of the issues that will impact them most.
Join IHS and Supply & Demand Chain Executive as they share insights into some of the top issues impacting technology, media, and telecommunications value chains. They will raise questions to key issues like the future of pay-TV and how this impacts set-top boxes, software platforms, mobile devices, network operators, and chip production. They will outline the importance of having supply chain intelligence from "subscriber to silicon" by addressing such topics as:
How do technology adoption trends impact the entire supply chain?
How is the consumer having such a major impact on operator strategies and subscribers?
What future opportunities are shaping today's raw materials, semiconductors, and displays?
How are themes like higher resolution, touch, or interface adoption driving the supply chain?
How are pay-TV, smart technology, and other ecosystems disrupting adjacent markets?
Who are the winners and losers and why should you care?
Rapidly changing upstream and downstream events shape today's technology landscape, the effects of which can create immediate winners and losers in the supply chain. Don't miss this chance to learn the importance of understanding the end-to-end dynamics influencing your supply chain.
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