IoT, E-Com To Drive India's Semicon Industry: IESA
Category : Press Releases
In 2017, companies will not only design products to specifications but also consider overcoming potential challenges that could occur during the manufacturing stage.
Weak PC, Tablet Sales Hit Semiconductor Revenue
Gartner believes however in the near term, Smartwatches are the top semiconductor growth engines.
How Semiconductor Market Is Poised For Big Growth
Major changes can happen in our manufacturing ecosystem if mobile phones are manufactured in India, says M N Vidyashankar, IESA president
IoT – Next Growth Driver In Semicon Industry
Satinder Sohi, India Country Director, Freescale Semiconductor India explains how Internet of Things (IOT) is driving the next big wave of growth in the semiconductor industry.
Industry rejoices as govt approves two Semiconductor fabs
MAIT and other industry bodies have welcomed the government’s decision to approve setting up of the two semiconductor manufacturing facilities in India.
Year of cautious optimism for semiconductor firms
Category : Digital Enterprise
The semiconductor industry that witnessed a lackluster growth in 2012 is expected to bounce back in 2013 with revenues forecast to increase by 3.5 per cent.
IT industry’s expectations from Budget 2013
Industry experts share their opinion on the expectations they have from the government for the upcoming Union Budget 2013.
“Our focus on niche segments gives us an added advantage”
Guruswamy Ganesh, Vice President and Country Manager of Freescale Semiconductor India, discusses the trends and technologies currently shaping the market.
Indian Semiconductor Industry to Defy Recession
Technology : Enterprise IT Services
The semiconductor market in India was estimated at $5.9 billion in 2008 and growing at about 25% in the recent years. Now with global recession on, industry growth rates are estimated to drop by half this year and next year, but India is still...
Intel Fined $1.45 Billion
The European Commission has found guilty of hampering sales of rival chipmakers. The case, which has dragged on for nearly nine years, finally ended yesterday with Intel being fined $1.45 billion and asked to change its...