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ARM highlights market in India

Posted: 06 Jul 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Highlighting its market in India, ARM announced that MindTree Consulting has joined its approved design center (ADC) program. MindTree joins other ADC program partners which benefit from reduced time to tape-out and can migrate critical design risk through access to ARM's worldwide support organization.

"As an ARM approved design center partner, MindTree has developed highly optimized design solutions for the embedded technology market," said S. Janakiraman, president and CEO for MindTree's R&D services. "By combining MindTree's domain knowledge and design expertise, with ARM processors, tools and development techniques, we will ensure we expand our solution offering to customers and provide a sound technology platform to our developers," Janakiraman added.

"It is especially important for our Partners in fast-growing markets to have a local support network and resources to produce next-generation products without sacrificing time-to-market," said Atul Arora, president, Commercial Operations, ARM. "ARM is looking to increase its partnership with Indian companies, and the ADC program is yet another way to work with the local market."

ARM ADC program partners must go through a strict qualification process to become an ARM approved design center. This includes a design flow audit, training on implementing designs with ARM processors, tools, AMBA interface peripherals and development techniques. Each design center must demonstrate its own unique skills in specific technology domains, as well as end-market expertise. The ARM ADC program also provides additional benefits such as geographic and time-zone locality and local language support.

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