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The Legends that Contributed to Silicon Valley's Eminence Assemble for Frost & Sullivan's Growth, Innovation and Leadership 2012 Congress

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The Legends that Contributed to Silicon Valley's Eminence Assemble for Frost & Sullivan's Growth, Innovation and Leadership 2012 Congress PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 9, 2012 - The industry's visionaries, innovators and leaders discuss the outlook and future of Silicon Valley MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Frost & Sullivan Institute (a registered 501-(c) 3 non-profit), in cooperation with Enabling Thought Leadership, brings together a panel of Silicon Valley pioneers for "The Legends of Silicon Valley Forum" at GIL 2012: Silicon Valley, taking place Sept. 9 to 12, 2012 at the Fairmont San Jose in San Jose, Calif. The forum promises a provocative and interactive discussion focused around the forthcoming outlook of Silicon Valley that will unquestionably evolve into a constructive debate. Candid dialogue exploring key insights and best practices driving today's stakeholders will include social media, green technologies, cloud computing as well as transcendent management issues, such as innovation and retention of talent. "The insights provided by the Frost & Sullivan Institute, its support partners that comprise our Strategic Partnership Consortium, and that of various visionaries, innovators and leaders—such as our 'Legends' panelists—provide senior executives with the vital tools, strategies and resources," said Frost & Sullivan Chairman David Frigstad.
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The Legends that Contributed to Silicon
Valley's Eminence Assemble for Frost &
Sullivan's Growth, Innovation and Leadership
2012 Congress
PR Newswire
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 9, 2012
- The industry's visionaries, innovators and leaders discuss the outlook and
future of Silicon Valley
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California
,
Aug. 9, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- The Frost & Sullivan
Institute (a registered 501-(c) 3 non-profit), in cooperation with Enabling
Thought Leadership, brings together a panel of Silicon Valley pioneers for "The
Legends of Silicon Valley Forum" at GIL 2012: Silicon Valley, taking place Sept. 9
to 12, 2012 at the Fairmont San Jose in San Jose, Calif.
The forum promises a provocative and interactive discussion focused around
the forthcoming outlook of Silicon Valley that will unquestionably evolve into a
constructive debate. Candid dialogue exploring key insights and best practices
driving today's stakeholders will include social media, green technologies, cloud
computing as well as transcendent management issues, such as innovation and
retention of talent.
"The insights provided by the Frost & Sullivan Institute, its support partners that
comprise our Strategic Partnership Consortium, and that of various visionaries,
innovators and leaders—such as our 'Legends' panelists—provide senior
executives with the vital tools, strategies and resources," said Frost & Sullivan
Chairman David Frigstad. "This enables organizations to effectively leverage
innovation as a resource to address global challenges."
Mike Malone
, author, entrepreneur and journalist with
ABC News Online
, will
be moderating the panel, which presently includes the following Silicon Valley
thought leaders (with more to be announced soon):
Bill Davidow
– Silicon Valley engineer, former Intel marketing executive,
author and venture capitalist, including his position as a founding partner and
Partner Emeritus at Mohr Davidow Ventures.
Judith L. Estrin
– The chief executive officer of JLABS, LLC and author of
"Closing the Innovation Gap." Estrin has held leadership positions in companies
such Cisco, FedEx and the Walt Disney Company and has been listed on three
occasions as one of
Fortune's
"50 Most Powerful Women in American
Business."
Richard 'Dick' Kramlich
– The co-founder of NEA Management Company, in
which he drove the growth of nine companies ranging from start-up to near
start-up businesses to market values in excess of
$1 billion
.
Kim Polese
– The chairwoman of ClearStreet, co-founder of Marimba and the
original Cisco product manager who coined "Java." Polese was named one of
Time
magazine's "Top 25 Most Influential People in America" and one of
Red
Herring's
"Top 20 Entrepreneurs."
Dr. T.J. Rodgers
– The founder of Cypress Semiconductor, which has been
called a "quintessential entrepreneurial company" by
The Wall Street Journal,