Bengal push for electronics
News, April 12 2012
likely to emphasise on electronic system design and manufacturing (ESDM)
in its new IT policy. ESDM covers a wide area in electronics including
high-skilled segments such as semi-conductors, solar photovoltaic
cells, LCD and plasma devices, and LED equipment.
Report Says Government
Incentives Drive PV Semiconductor Market
Source: Solar Novus Today, April 12 2012
incentives that encourage investment in renewable energies will
continue to drive technological advances in the global semiconductor
market, according to a new report by GBI Research.
semiconductor foundry market set for 12 percent growth in 2012
Source: Global SMT, April 11 2012
electronics content in popular tablet and smartphone devices like the
iPad and iPhone and in Ultrabook PCs will drive accelerated growth for
the global semiconductor foundry business this year, according to an
IHS iSuppli Semiconductor Manufacturing and Supply Market Tracker
report from information and analytics provider IHS (NYSE: IHS).
Telecom policy may be
announced in May: Kapil Sibal
Source: Business Today, April 10 2012
government will roll out its IT and electronics manufacturing policy
soon and hopes to announce the telecom policy in May, Communications
Minister Kapil Sibal has said.
revenue to reach Rs.45,545 cr in 2012
Source: EE Times India, April 10 2012
semiconductor revenue is projected to total Rs.45,545 crore ($9.2
billion) in 2012, a 20 per cent increase from 2011. According to the
market research firm Gartner, India is the fastest growing market in
terms of semiconductor consumption for 2012.
India semicon spending
to reach $9.2 bn in 2012
Source: CIOL, April 9 2012
semiconductor revenue is projected to total $9.2 billion in 2012, a 20
per cent increase from 2011, according to Gartner. India is the
fastest growing market in terms of semiconductor consumption for 2012.
What is the flexible
Source: Deccan Chronicle, April 11 2012
generation of highly sensitive, bendable touch screens may be the
future of the mobile user interface. The screen technology, called
XSense, was developed by Atmel, a San Jose based semiconductor
manufacturer that makes hardware used in Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and
Galaxy Note products.
MediaTek to buy
Coresonic, to strengthen presence in digital signal processor
Source: Telecom Lead, April 10 2012
MediaTek, a fabless semiconductor company for wireless communications
and digital multimedia solutions, is set to buy Swedish company
Coresonic, a provider of digital signal processor (DSP) technology.
I-brain, a device
that’s trying to read your thoughts
Source: Deccan Herald, April 8 2012
surrounded by machines that allow him, painstakingly, to communicate,
the physicist Stephen Hawking last summer donned what looked like a
rakish black headband that held a feather-light device the size of a
US chipmaker AMD
updates product roadmap for India
Source: Hindu Business Line, April 5 2012
Semiconductor maker AMD has realigned its market strategy for India
following stiff competition from Intel and ARM in the country. India
business heads of AMD will report directly to the AMD Executive Team
based out of California. The company also plans to offer more
incentives to its India distributors.
KYOCERA and CTC
(India) Pvt Ltd to Establish Manufacturing Company in India for
Industrial Cutting Tools
Source: Virtual Strategy, April 5 2012
Corporation's (NYSE:KYO)(TOKYO:6971)(herein "Kyocera") wholly-owned
subsidiary dedicated to sales in the Asia-Pacific region, Kyocera Asia
Pacific Private Limited, and industrial cutting tool manufacturer, CTC
(India) Private Limited (herein "CTC"), today announced that the two
companies have signed a joint-venture agreement to establish a
manufacturing company in India.
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