Join us for the first-ever combined CMC/ITAC SMCouncil award dinner on the evening of October 15th then enjoy a thought-provoking discussion with your peers as seasoned international executives share their views on what can spur the growth of Canada's industry.
Take advantage of this year's Executive Forum on Microelectronics to test the assumptions for your strategic business plan and, possibly, discover that "key thought" and "key contact" which can make all the difference to your company's future success.
The Next Big Thing: The Driver of Growth in Canada could come out of a advances in the cellphone industry which wants to replace your PC; TV (and remote control); wallet; and stereo?
Or will the next breakthrough be triggered by reinventing the fabless business model through the impact of structured ASICs, FPGAs or the new generation of ASICs which only customise some interconnect layers?
With the baby boomer generation expected to lead longer and healthier lives, will biotechnology products create opportunities for completely new devices that will revolutionise our lives or, with computing capabilities continuing to follow Moore's Law, will Artificial Intelligence significantly impact our daily lives and offer a whole new generation of autonomous robots, building on the success of the Roomba and Sony's Aibo?
The financial world has turned it's back on high-tech in recent years so what can the industry to become more attractive to the financial community: Divest to focus on core strengths or increase revenue through acquisitions? But with fewer and fewer VC funded start-ups, where will the growth come from in terms new technologies and new markets?
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In collaboration with CMC Microsystems
Crowne Plaza Hotel, 101 Lyon Street, Ottawa - International Ballroom A & B
|5:30 p.m.||Registration and Cocktails|
|6:30 p.m.||Dinner & Presentation of Awards
CMC Awards & Outstanding Service Awards
Sponsored by Sigma Designs
David Lynch, Chairman of SMC
Marriott Hotel, 100 Kent Street, Ottawa - Wellington Room (3rd Floor)
|8:00 a.m.||Registration and buffet breakfast
Sponsored by CMC Microsystems
|8:20 a.m.||Opening Remarks:
Duncan Stewart, Deloitte and Touche, Conference Chair
|8:30 a.m.||Plenary Keynote:
"Moore's Law - Startups and the Next Big Thing"
Lance Greggain, President and CEO, Fresco Microchip
One of Canada's most successful serial entrepreneurs will share his thoughts on the broader issues of the microelectronics industry as well as some important looming issues.
|9:10 a.m.||"Is There A Future For Fabless?"
Duncan Stewart, CFA, President and CIO, Duncan Stewart Asset Management Inc.
"Skyrocketing design costs, smaller end markets and too many competitors are making the fabless semi market tougher and tougher for new entrants to crack. Is there a way forward?"
|9:50 a.m||"Nanoscale CMOS: opportunity for a new business model?"
With advanced CMOS processes like 65 and 40nm, increasing gate densities provide plenty of gates to designers and are inexpensive to manufacture in high volume using 300mm wafers (although not cheap to verify). Can fabless companies with SoC applications take advantage by adopting new business models leveraging structured ASICs (multi-mask standard cells), FPGAs or the new generation of ASICs which only customize some interconnect layers? Can CAD tool suppliers impact the ever-growing cost of development (EDA tools and resources required) or can semiconductor manufacturing tool suppliers create new, more attractive cost models?
|10:30 a.m.||Networking Break
Sponsored by Synopsys, Inc.
|10:50 a.m.||"Biotech: Consumerization of Medical Devices"
Steve Carkner, CEO, Panacis Medical
With the baby boomer generation expected to lead longer and healthier lives, biotechnology products are perfectly positioned to fulfil a desperate need to expand previously hospital based treatments into the home or into the office of your local GP. Technologies in Cell Phones, automotive and even the military have led to sensors, remote monitoring, portable power and a host of other microelectronics based technologies that will expand the markets for existing hospital-only systems and also create opportunities for completely new devices. But how important a contribution can this be? How big an industry can this become?
|11:30 a.m.||"Multimedia over Broadband and Wireless: an Ontario Cluster"
Ubiquitous multimedia over broadband and wireless is the way of the future and Canada has the required world leading technology and business expertise in wireless; broadband; Video; Multimedia; and low power processing. Clusters have been a successful method of aggregating the expertise of companies, universities, government and research institutions in a number of countries including Taiwan and Singapore. The panel will explore how clusters can help enable the eco-system for a disruptive Multimedia Broadband and Wireless capability in Canada.
|12:10 a.m.||Buffet Lunch Networking|
|1:00 p.m.||Luncheon address
"Wild and Crazy photonics: Understanding For New Markets."
Dr. Paul B Corkum, Director, Attosecond Science,NRC Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences
The ability to create much-much shorter laser pulses is opening up new understanding of the fundamental molecules which will lead to complete molecular mapping of single cells. Billions of dollars is being invested in what once was just a dream: to take a photograph of a single isolated protein! In Montreal, the Advanced Laser Light Source can produce a 200 TerraWatt light beam to accelerate electrons and ions, opening up many "wild applications" for the microelectronics community to one day exploit.
|1:40 p.m.||"MEMS: The Surprising Enabler Of New Markets!"|
Benjamin Blackwell, V.P. Sales, Coventor
For years, MEMS has been considered a mature technology limited to high-volume applications in airbags and print heads. But a new generation of MEMS technologies are enabling new form factors for cell phone antennas and the potentially huge market for sensors. So what are these new applications and how important will they be to growing new markets?
|2:20 p.m.||Networking Break
Sponsored by Synopsys, Inc.
|2:40 p.m.||"Smart Money"
Dan Coholan, Managing Director, Head of Communications, Media & Technology Investment Banking, RBC
The financial world has turned it's back on high-tech in recent years. Nasdaq had its first quarter without a single IPO. So is this a temporary lapse or is the industry now viewed as too mature for significant growth by the financial community?
|3:20 p.m.||"Good Corporate Strategy: Growth Through Acquisition Or Divestment"
When is less, more? Divesting to focus on core strengths can improve the bottom line but is that better than increasing revenue through acquisitions? Poor multiples in the stock markets make some technology companies ripe for private equity buyouts, only to prosper when the markets come back to high tech, but how long will they have to wait? With fewer and fewer VC funded start-ups, where will the growth come from in terms new technologies and new markets?
Moderator: Lawrence Weinstein
|4:00 p.m.||Closing Remarks and adjournment
Sponsored by Tundra Semiconductor
|Registration Fees - ITAC Members:|
|Full conference||$395 + GST|
|Dinner and Awards||$175.00 + GST|
|Registration Fees - Non-Members:|
|Full conference||$450 + GST|
|Dinner and Awards||$225.00 + GST|
As in previous years, a limited number of Executive Forum sponsorship opportunities are available on a first come, first served basis. If your organization wishes to raise its profile with the microelectronics industry, you may wish to consider one or more of the following sponsorship options.
Greg Aasen was the founder and the chief strategy officer at PMC-Sierra up to June 2007. Previously he was vice president and general manager of the Communications Products Division. Prior to that, Mr. Aasen was chief operating officer and chief technology officer of the Company.
Bringing over 20 years of experience to the semiconductor industry, Mr. Aasen began his career at Mitel where he held both product and design engineering positions. In 1986, he joined MPR Teltech and later established the Pacific Microelectronic Centre (PMC), MPR Teltech's first business division. In 1992, Mr. Aasen's vision was realized when PMC-Sierra was spun-out from MPR Teltech through an investment from Sierra Semiconductor.
In addition to Sierra Wireless, Mr. Aasen currently serves on the Board of Directors for Sutus Corporation and the B.C. Innovation Council.
In June 2000, Mr. Aasen was named "Person of the Year" by the B.C. Technology Industries Association. He was awarded "Entrepreneur of the Year" in BC from Ernst & Young in 1996.
Mr. Aasen received a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia in 1979.
Director of Asia-Pacific Sales
Benjamin Blackwell is Director of Asia-Pacific Sales for Coventor, Inc. and has been with the company for seven years. Prior to becoming Director of Sales, he started an inside sales and university program for Coventor. Mr. Blackwell has 14 years of experience in the software industry, specializing in the areas of semiconductor and MEMS. He has held key positions in sales and sales management at Computer Associates and Cisco Systems.
Jean Luc Bérubé Ph.D., P.Eng.
Mr. Bérubé is an electrical engineer with over 20 years of experience in the Canadian electronics industry. Most recently Mr. Bérubé served 8 years as Senior Manager for Altera Corporation where he was responsible for market development and application support across Canada. During this time his team significantly increased market share and opened new markets, notably in the video and embedded computing spaces. Mr. Bérubé also held various market development, design and application positions at Motorola Semiconductors, Nortel and Canadian Marconi Company. He received his B.Sc.E.E. from University of New Brunswick, his M.Sc.A. from École Polytechnique de Montréal and his Ph.D. from University of New Brunswick.
Presentation "Biotech: Consumerization of Medical Devices"
Steve Carkner founded Panacis Medical with the goal of becoming the world leader in convergent non-invasive medical device technologies. Steve's strong commitment to community service and charitable work has combined seamlessly with his business goals. Several of Panacis most successful products can be traced back to charitable work done by Steve or by the company.
Prior to founding Panacis Medical, Steve was the Director of Product Development at Research In Motion (RIM). He was instrumental in the growth of RIM from a small 12-person consulting company into a multi-billion dollar wireless-focused corporation.
Steve has always been an entrepreneur, he started his first company at the age of 15 and bought his first investment property at the age of 17. He was a founder of Canada's National Angel Organization and was one of the youngest elected members of the Professional Engineers of Ontario council where he personally represented a ward of 40,000 engineers.
His products have won a host of awards and have been featured in places like Popular Science and the Smithsonian Institute of Technology.
Mr. Chopra joined Genuity Capital Markets in June 2008 and is responsible for the technology sector, including wireless devices, communication infrastructure & software, HDTV equipment and the broader hardware space. Prior to this, he spent more than 7 years as a technology analyst at a major Canadian bank dealer. Mr. Chopra was ranked in the top 3 in the communication equipment sector by the 2006 and 2007 Brendan Wood International survey, and has been ranked numerous times as a top 3 stock picker and earnings estimator, according to StarMine, which measures analysts’ performance. Mr. Chopra holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the University of Waterloo.
Managing Director, Head, Communications, Media, Entertainment & Technology (Canada)
RBC Capital Markets
Presentation "Smart Money"
Dan Coholan is a Managing Director and Head of the Communications, Media and Technology Group in Canada for RBC Capital Markets. Dan joined RBC Capital Markets in 1987, between 1987 and 1993, he was a member of the firm's Mergers and Acquisitions department, working on merger, acquisition, divestiture and valuation assignments in the communications and technology sectors. During this time, Dan spent a term in Tokyo where he worked on the firm's mergers and acquisition assignments in Japan. Since 1994, Dan has been responsible for managing many of the firm's relationships with established industry leading and emerging high growth companies in the communications, media and technology sectors. Dan holds an MBA from the University of Western Ontario.
Paul Corkum received his B.Sc. (1965) degree in Physics from Acadia University (Nova Scotia) and completed his Master's (1967) and Ph.D. (1972) at Lehigh University. After a year at Lehigh as a postdoctoral researcher, he moved to the National Research Council in Ottawa. In 1990 he formed the Femtsecond Science Group within NRC's Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences. Over a next 17 years he led the group to world leadership in the field. In 2008 he was named a Canada Research Chair of Attosecond Photonics at the University of Ottawa and appointed Director of the Joint NRC/University of Ottawa Laboratory for Attosecond Science.
Dr. Corkum's research launched attosecond science. After studying the interaction of intense laser radiation with atoms and molecules, he and his group proposed a method for producing and measuring attosecond pulses of light. Using this revolutionary technology, they have been able to "see" electrons, image molecular orbitals, and "watch" electrons move in a molecule as a chemical reaction takes place.
Dr. Corkum is a member of the Royal Societies of Canada (1995) and London (2005). He has been the recipient of the Gold Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Physics from the Canadian Association of Physicists (1996), the Einstein Award of the Society for Optical and Quantum Electronics (1999), the Golden Jubilee Medal of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (2003), the Tory Medal of the Royal Society of Canada (2003), the Charles Townes Award of the Optical Society of America (2005), the Quantum Electronics Award of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, 2005), the Killam Prize for Physical Sciences (2006), and the Arthur Schawlow Prize for Quantum Electronics from the American Physical Society (2006). He has twice been named a Laser and Electro-Optics Society (LEOS) Distinguished Lecturer. In 2008 he shared NSERC’s Polyani Award with A. D. Bandrauk and he was named an Officer of the Order of Canada.
President & CEO
Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC)
As the President and CEO of ITAC, the Information Technology Association of Canada, Bernard Courtois is an outspoken advocate for the deployment of information and communications technology tools to improve business productivity and to achieve our societal and public policy goals.
Mr. Courtois was named ITAC's leader in January 2004. He is a lawyer with over 30 years experience in the telecommunications sector. He served in a variety of executive roles with Bell Canada from 1991 to 2003, including those of Chief Regulatory Officer and Chief Strategy Officer. Prior to joining Bell Canada, Mr. Courtois practiced law in Montreal and Ottawa serving a wide range of clients in telecommunications and other regulated industries. He was an active participant in the many regulatory, public policy and judicial proceedings which have shaped Canada's competitive communications marketplace. He was Chief Strategy Officer when Bell Canada took its strong turn to the Internet, ahead of most of its peers around the world.
Mr. Courtois is also a dedicated and energetic builder of business communities. He has served on the ITAC Board of Directors since 1999. He has also served on the executive of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce; was President of the International Institute of Communications and now serves on its Board of Directors; is Director and Treasurer of the National Gallery of Canada Foundation; is a Director of the Rideau Club; serves on the Telecommunications Hall of Fame Foundation Board of Governors; Kids' Internet Safety Alliance's (KINSA) Board of Directors; and is a Director and Vice-Chair for North America of the World Information Technology and Services Alliance.
Vice-President, Business Development
Alan Ferguson is the Vice-President, Business Development at Gennum Corporation responsible for exploring new market opportunities for Gennum's broad portfolio of products and technologies. He previously held various management positions within Gennum's Video Products group. Prior to that, he was employed with an A/V manufacturer, systems integrator and services provider for broadcast, post-production, telecommunications and industrial installations.
Mr. Ferguson holds a B.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and a B.A. in Economics from the University of Waterloo.
Gennum Corporation (TSX: GND) is a designer and manufacturer of semiconductor solutions for the global video and data communication markets.
President and CEO, Founder
Fresco Microchip Inc.
Lance Greggain is a co-founder of Fresco Microchip Inc. and serves as President and CEO. Mr. Greggain is a veteran of 5 fabless semiconductor start ups prior to Fresco Microchip. These companies have enjoyed 4 positive liquidation events - 3 successful IPOs and one acquisition.
In 1999 Mr. Greggain was the solo founder of Jaldi Semiconductor, a Toronto area fabless semiconductor company, focused on display controllers and color decoders for advanced televisions. He served as CEO of Jaldi through the collapse of the high tech bubble and guided the company to its acquisition by Pixelworks (NASDAQ: PXLW) in September 2002. Mr. Greggain remained with Pixelworks as VP and General Manager until October 2003.
Prior to Jaldi, Mr. Greggain held several positions with Genesis Microchip, a Toronto area fabless semiconductor company, including Chief Technical Officer and V.P. Product Development from the company's inception until the NASDAQ IPO (GNSS) in 1998. Mr. Greggain identified the market and led Genesis' corporate refocus on LCD display controllers, which remains their core business today.
Prior to Genesis, Mr. Greggain worked in design and development of design automation tools, standard product DRAM and SRAM, radio pager and audio bipolar integrated circuits, pattern recognition systems, optical hardware, television systems, and quality assurance. His employers have included National Semiconductor, Spectrum Semiconductor, Mosaid, Siltronics Research, Sperry Univac and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Mr. Greggain received his B. A. Sc. and M. A. Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo in 1980 and 1983 respectively. He is the author of 16 patents and has written numerous articles on integrated circuit design, digital signal processing and design automation.
President, Chairman & CEO
Jack Harding is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the company. Mr. Harding's goal is to establish eSilicon as the world's leading semiconductor Value Chain Producer.
Mr. Harding brings more than 20 years of executive management experience in the electronics industry to eSilicon. Prior to co-founding eSilicon, he served as president and CEO of Cadence Design Systems; during his tenure, Cadence was the world's largest supplier of electronics design software. Previously, Harding was president and CEO of Cooper & Chyan Technology, which was acquired by Cadence in 1997. Harding also served as Executive Vice President of Zycad Corporation. He began his career with distinction at IBM.
Mr. Harding earned his bachelor's degree in Economics and Chemistry from Drew University and has served as Vice Chairman of its Board of Trustees. He is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Development Strategies for the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. Harding is a member and former Steering Committee member of the Council on Competitiveness, a Washington, D.C. based organization dedicated to the global competitiveness of the U.S.; and a former National Academies' Committee member for Software, Growth and the Future of the U.S. Economy. He is a frequent lecturer on innovation and entrepreneurship, and has served on many boards of public and private companies. He is a member of Board of Directors for RF Micro Devices (RFMD). In 2007, the industry elected Mr. Harding to the Board of Directors for the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA).
Skypoint Capital Corporation
Leo co-founded Skypoint Capital Corporation in 1998. He has been the company's CEO since its inception and a principal of Fund I and Fund II. Prior to launching Skypoint, Leo established and managed Newbridge Network Corporation's Affiliates Program. From the program's start in 1992 and until his departure six years later, Leo was instrumental in assisting entrepreneurs in the launching of 16 Newbridge affiliates and was involved in numerous M&A activities on behalf of the company in Canada, the United Kingdom, Israel, and the United States. During this period Leo also gained hands-on experience organizing and managing a venture fund as founder and president of Severn Bridge Investments L.P., which was started to provide employees an opportunity to invest in Newbridge affiliates.
Prior to Newbridge, Leo worked as a line manager and executive in R&D, marketing and sales, and business development, including nine years at Mitel Corporation, where he became Assistant Vice-President responsible for emerging businesses.
Leo holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from McGill University and a Master's of Engineering from Royal Military College. He is a member of Professional Engineers of Ontario and sits on the board of directors of the Canadian Venture Capital Association.
Senior Vice-President of Marketing and Sales
Sigma Designs, Inc
Presentation "What are Clusters"
David Lynch is currently Senior Vice-President of Marketing and Sales for Sigma Designs, Inc responsible for all product marketing and sales for Sigma Designs, and Vice-President and General Manager of Sigma Designs Technology, Canada.
Between 1994 and early 2008, Mr Lynch worked for Gennum Corporation in a number of executive positions including Vice-President of Research and Development, and ultimately as Senior Vice-President and General Manager, Video Products and Chief Technology Officer for the Corporation. From 1978 until early 1994, David held a variety of technical and management positions with Bell-Northern Research/Northern Telecom, helped develop the world’s first CMOS filter-codec and digital telephone chipset, and led the Semiconductor Design group which had global responsibilities for silicon design and tools.
Over his career, Mr. Lynch has developed advanced expertise in integrated circuit development, including silicon design, silicon new product introduction and research and development. He has been and continues to be actively involved with a number of industry associations, including the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) where he is currently Chair of the Strategic Microelectronics Council, and Micronet and eMPOWR where he was Vice-Chairman and Chairman respectively. He has authored a number of technical papers and holds a number of patents.
Director, Business Development
Devan Moodley joined Gennum Corporation in 2007 as Director, Business Development. He is primarily responsible for M&A activity and acts as internal consultant on numerous business development initiatives. From 1998 to 2007 he was employed by Scotiabank. He helped to build the bank's in–house derivatives trading system and later went on to become an institutional equity analyst covering technology hardware stocks for the bank's brokerage arm (Scotia Capital).
Devan holds an MA in Economics (with a specialization in Finance and Statistics) from the University of Calgary and has been published in the Review of Word Economics. As an equity analyst at Scotia Capital, Devan published numerous reports while covering ATI, Dalsa, Evertz, Gennum, Mosaid, Miranda, Nvidia, Tundra, and Zarlink.
Senior Director of Engineering
Ottawa Design Centre of TSMC
Cormac O'Connell is currently the Senior Director of Engineering for the Ottawa Design Centre of TSMC where his team focus is mainly on the design and implementation of deep sub-micron embedded memories for use in client's SoCs. The Ottawa Design Center was acquired in 2008 by TSMC when they took over Emerging Memory Technologies (EMT) a 3 year old bootstraped Semiconductor IP start-up in Kanata. Prior to EMT Cormac worked at SiGe Semiconductor, a successful, Ottawa based, RF start-up company as VP of Semiconductor. Cormac came to Canada 18 years ago to work for MOSAID's semiconductor division which had recruited him from Philip's Central Research Laboratroies in Holland. Cormac is originally from Ireland where he graduated from Trinity College Dublin.
Director, Deloitte Canada Research
Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Life Sciences and GreenTech
Presentation "Is There A Future For Fabless?"
Duncan Stewart is the Director of Deloitte Canada Research in the areas of Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT), Life Sciences and GreenTech. He is a member of Deloitte's national TMT executive team and is a co-author of Deloitte Research's annual Predictions report on trends in TMT.
Duncan has almost two decades of experience in the TMT industry. As an analyst and portfolio manager, Duncan has provided research or made investments in the entire Canadian technology and telecommunications sector. He has written research on names such as Nortel and Celestica, and been a venture capital investor in Research in Motion among others.
Duncan is also founder and CEO of Duncan Stewart Asset Management, which invests in companies based on innovation or disruption, many of them in the TMT and CleanTech space. Prior to that, Duncan was a co-founder of Tera Capital, Canada's first high tech and biotech money manager, where he was responsible for managing both mutual funds and VC funds. In the mid 1990s, Duncan managed a $150 million small cap high tech/biotech fund at a large Canadian pension fund manager. In his years as an investor he has deployed a cumulative $2 billion of capital into the global TMT and Life Science markets.
Duncan has a high profile media presence and is frequently interviewed on technology and biotechnology issues. He has also been a bi-monthly columnist on investing for The National Post since 2000, and has a different biweekly column on investing for CBC Radio.
Duncan is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of British Columbia.
Vice President of Engineering, Communications Products Division
Ken Wagner is the Vice President of Engineering for the Communications Product Division at PMC–Sierra. He brings over 25 years of semiconductor industry experience as an engineer and a manager.
Prior to this position, Dr. Wagner was PMC–Sierra's Director of Design Services, managing the corporate IC design infrastructure for ASIC/SOC/ASSP development. He also developed PMC–Sierra's internal procedures for coordinating silicon IP procurement from third party vendors and negotiates many IP, EDA and Services contracts.
Prior to this position, Dr. Wagner worked for several Silicon Valley fabless IC startups directing design and implementation of video and graphics devices. During his time with S3, Dr. Wagner was responsible for design and test methodologies used for PC graphics ICs. At Synopsys, he managed R&D for its EDA Test and DFT products. And at IBM, he was a Senior Engineer in the EDA organization consulting, teaching and developing new design and DFT methodologies and software for complex ICs. Earlier in his career he designed mainframes at Amdahl and wrote business–related software. He has also consulted for Design Automation and semiconductor manufacturing companies and taught and trained engineering professionals at IEEE conferences and other events.
Dr. Wagner was also Editor–In–Chief of IEEE Design and Test of Computers and past Chairman of the International Test Synthesis Workshop. Dr. Wagner is a Senior Member of the IEEE, a Golden Core Member of the IEEE Computer Society and an IEEE CAS member. Dr. Wagner spent 1992 as an AAAS Congressional Science Fellow in Washington, DC. Dr. Wagner received several scholarships including the Canada NSERC scholarship from 1979–86.
Dr. Wagner received an MSEE and PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and is currently an Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at McGill University. Dr. Wagner has also authored 22 papers for refereed professional conferences and publications. He holds six patents and a First Plateau Patent award from IBM Corporation.
"Biotech: Consumerization of Medical Devices" - Steve Carkner
"Is There A Future For Fabless?" - Duncan Stewart
"Smart Money" - Dan Coholan
"What are Clusters" - David Lynch
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