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About Thomas D. Jay

Thomas D. Jay, Principal, TDJ Technology Group

Thomas D. Jay is a semiconductor industry veteran with recognized career experience in the advanced technologies utilized in the manufacture of today's "smart" electronic products. Currently he provides technology marketing analysis and consulting expertise to senior level industry management. His professional blog commentary on the semiconductor, nano-technology and capital investment community brings focus to the critical economic and engineering issues challenging the extension of Moore's Law. Known as the "great explainer" Mr. Jay is recognized for his ability to communicate complex technologies and concepts in a format consumable for a wide range of audiences. This critical skill set enables him to monitor and report on the development, commercialization and transfer of new and emerging technologies in support of advanced semiconductor manufacturing while assessing the resulting impact on the consumer electronic markets and broader based economy.  Mr. Jay is a frequent participant and contributor to industry webinars and forums inhabited by the brain trust of the world's leading technology companies. He is quoted as saying: "I think there's tremendous synergy created empowering industry and the media with evolutionary technology while enabling a global communications presence for the average consumer."



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