Jim Handy, a well-known semiconductor industry analyst, began his career in design and marketing positions at leading technology firms including National Semiconductor, Intel and Siemens. He earned his strong reputation through his groundbreaking work as an industry analyst for Dataquest (now Gartner) and Semico Research.
Mr. Handy has written hundreds of articles, white papers, and in-depth reports for trade journals and market research firms. He is often quoted in the electronics press, presents frequently at trade shows, and is known for his high level of industry presence and volume of publication.
Handy’s strong technical and business background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. He is the author of “The Cache Memory Book” (Harcourt Brace, 1993), the leading reference in the field and is a patent holder in the field of cache memory design. He has performed rigorous technical analysis on the elasticity and pricing dynamics of technology markets which has debunked some widely held theories to unveil the true motivators of the market’s behavior.
More on Mr. Handy’s background can be found at the Objective Analysis website: www.Objective-Analysis.com