AUGUST 16, 2005 RELEASE
IC Insights Welcomes Rob Lineback To Its Staff
Scottsdale, Arizona — August 16, 2005 — IC Insights is pleased to announce that respected industry veteran Rob Lineback has joined the IC Insights staff as Senior Market Research Analyst. Mr. Lineback is highly regarded throughout the semiconductor industry as a top journalist and for his excellent reporting and writing on numerous industry issues.
Bill McClean, president of IC Insights said, “We are thrilled to have someone of Rob’s caliber joining our team. His industry experience, broad knowledge, and unique perspectives will be put to good use to further develop and enhance the products and services IC Insights offers its clients.” Mr. Lineback will be a key part of IC Insights’ plan to offer two new research reports over the next six months.
Mr. Lineback has 25 years of experience as an industry editor covering semiconductor business trends, technology, and global suppliers. Prior to joining IC Insights, Mr. Lineback was a senior technical editor for Solid State Technology magazine and WaferNews. He co-founded Internet-based The Semiconductor Reporter and was the founding editor of SiliconStrategies.com (also known as Semiconductor Business News). Mr. Lineback has held chief editor positions at Electronic Business Today, Electronic World News, Electronic Buyers’ News and Electronics magazine, and in the 1990s, he was the European editor of Electronic News. In the 1970s, Mr. Lineback worked on daily newspapers, including the Dallas Times Herald where he was assistant business editor.
Mr. Lineback can be reached via email .
About IC Insights
IC Insights, Inc., based in Scottsdale, Arizona, is dedicated to providing high-quality, cost-effective market research for the integrated circuit industry. Founded in 1997, IC Insights offers coverage of global economic trends, IC market forecasts, capital spending and fab capacity trends, product market details, and technology trends, as well as complete IC company profiles and evaluations of emerging markets for ICs.