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PeCoo76
Member Since: July 25, 2013
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Peter Cooney is Principal Analyst and Director of SensiAn Research. Peter has been tracking, analysing and commenting on semiconductor markets for over 13 years. In that time he has headed semiconductor practices at both IMS Research and ABI Research.

 

Peter has covered a diverse number of markets including audio, MEMS sensors, microprocessors, and wireless connectivity ICs. Most recently he has focused on vertical, emerging markets within IoT (the Internet of Things).

 

Peter has been widely quoted in the press and has serviced a wide range of clients including most of the top 20 largest semiconductor companies and many others including many citations in client press releases as an industry expert. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Sheffield.



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