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Company in electronics design services

Posted:? Apr 25, 2008 2:11 PM
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Any company doing design services in Vietnam? I can't seem to find any association or group to provide this kind of information. More collaboration will be good to grow the industry.
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Posted:? Apr 30, 2008 9:50 PM
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I dont think you can find one design house operates by VN engineers at this time.Hopefully, with open-mind of doing business from the GOV will benefit to our young Engineers in the near future.
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(3) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 2, 2008 9:13 PM
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Hi there,

You can find many companies invest in electronics design field in Vietnam.
One of them is Renesas, one of the biggest semoconductor company in Japan. Here are links for your reference:
http://download.renesas.com/eng/edge/08/inter.html
http://www.eetimes.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=189700155
http://www.edn.com/index.asp?layout=article&articleid=CA6400925
hqh edited at May 3, 2008 0:12 AM
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(4) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 3, 2008 6:41 PM
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Definitely, these are exciting news but looks like there is some hurdles to overcome to have an ecosystems of electronics companies in vietnam. Anyone have update on Altera development center? Where are they supposed to locate and timeline?
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(5) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 3, 2008 7:06 PM
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Hi there,
Regarding this Altera development center, I think you can contact directly with them. The company can easily......
hqh edited at May 4, 2008 6:56 AM
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(6) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 4, 2008 7:00 AM
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Currently (May 01, 2008), Altera are recruiting about 11 positions for their Vietnam team. Amongst these are 9 Design Engineer positions. So I think they have already launched the developmet center.
You can take a look at this link. Please note that the recruitment information on the website will not be there for a long time.
http://www.altera.com/corporate/jobs/job_search.jsp?location=Vietnam
hqh edited at May 4, 2008 8:32 AM
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(7) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 4, 2008 8:41 AM
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Vietnam beats China for design work
Vietnam is becoming preferred over mainland China as a location for IC design, with STMicroelectronics proposing a design centre there last week. Renesas has had a Vietnam IC design centre since 2004.

According to Francois Guilbert, ST’s CEO for Asia-Pacific, the company’s Vietnam design centre will focus on satellite TV applications. One reason was this is to enable a local set-top-box industry, because these are currently imported from China.

Renesas intends to have 500 engineers at its Vietnam design centre next year.

“We were the first semiconductor company to establish an R&D centre in Vietnam so we had the luxury of having the pick of the best engineers,” said Satoru Ito, CEO of Renesas.

Ito explained that, initially it was thought that China was the place to set up a design centre. “I thought China would be the key area. Later it seems that China is not going to be a very cost-effective region, and I thought we needed another area which would be cost-effective for a longer time.”

In Renesas’ Vietnam design centre, the focus is on system-on-chip (SoC) design for the worldwide market. “A lot of engineering work is required, for instance in SoC,” said Ito.

STMicroelectronics said it intends to set up training courses for Vietnamese engineers.

Source: http://www.electronicsweekly.com/Articles/2007/11/28/42705/vietnam-beats-china-for-design-work.htm



STMicroelectronics Confirms Vietnam Location

Suzanne Deffree, Managing Editor, Electronic News
29 November 2007

STMicroelectronics has confirmed reports that it has opened an office in Hanoi, Vietnam.
The office officially opened on November 22, in the presence of Herve Novelli, Secretary of State for enterprises and trade, France, and Du Huu Hao, Deputy Minister of industry and trade, Vietnam, according to a representative for ST.
While the location is far from being ST’s largest office -- housing just four engineers, one administrator and a country manager -- it is further evidence of Vietnam’s growing presence in the global electronics market. Indeed, Vietnam, which entered the World Trade Organization (WTO) in January, has seen interest from some of the industry’s biggest players, including Intel, which has said it plans to invest more than a billion dollars there.
“ST has a long history of successful cooperation with companies that it partners with, including those in emerging markets. Our business model focuses on developing business opportunities directly with our partners without any intermediaries,” a representative for ST told Electronic News.
“We do not see this as just another opportunity to sell a few more microchips,” the representative continued. “We see this as an opportunity to build strategic partnerships with all the players in the entire local electronics industry ecosystem -- government, universities, system integrators, local entrepreneurs, manufacturers, etc.”
The representative said that ST will initially focus on segments such as smartcards, RFID, electronic-metering, lighting, automotive electronics, home appliances, digital set-top boxes in Vietnam.
Electronic News, a sister publication of EM Asia


Source: http://www.emasiamag.com/article-2970-stmicroelectronicsconfirmsvietnamlocation-Asia.html
huynhquochung edited at May 7, 2008 6:27 PM
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(8) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 5, 2008 11:27 PM
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Recently, the company named "VSMC" (http://www.vsmc.com.vn/), focus on fabless, has launched the first Vietnamese-made chip for power-management control.
Source: http://www.vsmc.com.vn/news_detail.php?id=19

At the same time, a university research center named "Integrated Circuit Design Research & Education Center" (http://www.icdrec.edu.vn), also introduced their first 8-bit chip named RISC SigmaK3.
Checkout at: http://www.icdrec.edu.vn/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=113&Itemid=66
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(9) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 5, 2008 11:49 PM
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Here is the fisrt Vietnam fab:
Viet Vmicro Corp. established in May 2006.  The company's
mission is to build a 6" wafer fab located in Saigon Hi-Tech Park,
in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.  Our reserved 4 hecta of land in
Saigon Hi-Tech Park is now under construction.  Our fab
s planned
to be completed  in the middle of the year 2009.  If it will be done
as scheduled, it  will be the first wafer fab built in Vietnam.   
Viet Vmicro Corp. designs, manufactures, and markets analog
intergrated circuits and solar cells.

At the moment we are working with Vietnam National University,
Ho Chi Minh city  in research and development on designing
intergrated circuits and solar cells.

Our design team will design high margin analog products and
solar cells  to fit the needs of China, Taiwan,HongKong, Vietnam,
ASIA, US and Europe.

Source: http://www.vietvmicro.com
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(10) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 8, 2008 10:30 AM
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Check this out http://www.arrivetechnologies.com/company_info.htm
and http://www.signetdesign.com/
They are both located in eTown Building, 364 Cong Hoa, Tan Binh, HCM City
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(11) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 12, 2008 8:46 AM
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Hi, Gentleman,   I am exploring in the technology training partnership in Vietnam . Could you kindly inform me which are the potential companies that I can contact in HoChiMin City and Hanoi City etc....
Thanking you advance for you very kind assistance.
Best Regards,
KH Sim ,email: kh.sim1688@yahoo.com
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(12) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 16, 2008 2:19 PM
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Hi there, I agreed with what all you have said. Do anybody know currently in Vietnam have what manufacturers of producing IC Semiconductor? What I understand is now IC Semiconductor Industries is currently expand in Saigon Hi Tech which located in Ho Chin Minh City. But, there still lack of information of what or which facturies or what industries had been setup & fully operated. Can anybody please update me with the lists of the Outsource Assembly & Test for IC Semiconductor Facturies which located in Vietnam? Thank you very much.
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(13) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? May 16, 2008 3:37 PM
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hi there, If any one have the info regarding the IC semiconductor Industries (IC Manufacturers) in Ho Chin Ming or Hanoi, please kindly email to me at weng-chew.yeap@vitrox.com. Really thanks for your all assistance.
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(14) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? Jun 27, 2008 5:20 PM
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Hi all, I provide a address of IC Design Center in Ho Chi Minh and Da Nang, Viet Nam. It is a branch of US Company. Their products are embedded memory. You can refer:
www.silicondesignsolutions.com
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(15) Reply:Company in electronics design services Posted:? Jul 5, 2008 11:15 AM
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www.wichiptech.com
They do both services and products with audio/video applications
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