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AMIS taps chip design talent in Bangalore

Posted: 27 Jul 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:asic? asp? design verification? semiconductor? automotive?

AMI Semiconductor has joined the rush of semiconductor companies opening design centers in India.

The specialist manufacturer of mixed-signal devices has opted for a site in Bangalore where it will focus on deigning ASICs and ASSPs targeted at applications in the automotive, medical and industrial sectors. It will also focus on design verification methodologies.

The center has been established in partnership with Indian product design specialist Tata Elxsi Ltd. and is based at that company's premises in Bangalore. The company is part of the huge Tata group, India's largest industrial conglomerate.

"Choosing to create a new design facility in India gives us access to a large pool of talented resources that can support our growing worldwide design and development requirements," commented Tony Denayer, senior vice president of product development for AMIS.

The center will be staffed by Tata Elxsi engineers working under the leadership of Erik Nilson Comparini, who has been with AMIS for 14 years. Before moving to Bangalore he was the manager of AMI Semiconductor's deign centre in Munich, Germany.

- John Walko

EE Times

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