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2006-01-13 Skyworks' Indian design center passes SEI-CMMI Level 3
Skyworks announced that its Indian Design Center successfully went through SEI-CMMI Level 3 appraisal, as defined by Carnegie Mellon University.
2002-04-24 Silicon Wave taps Mindtree as Indian design center
Silicon Wave Inc., a developer of RF ICs, said it would work with MindTree Consulting on a range of Bluetooth wireless products.
2004-05-07 Nokia opens Indian design center for CDMA
Nokia has formed an R&D center for CDMA technology in the western Indian city of Mumbai that will provide technical expertise in the Asia-Pacific region
2006-07-20 Mistral to open a design center in the U.S
Embedded software provider Mistral Software said it will open a design center in the United States this year and in the Asia-Pacific region in 2007
2007-07-26 Indian design center gets $20M in tools from Mentor
Mentor Graphics is donating a complete suite of EDA tools worth over $20 million to RV-VLSI Design Center in India for use in classroom instruction and academic research
2008-02-06 Fairchild opens R&D center in India
Fairchild has set up a design center in India dedicated for next generation power MOSFETs and IGBT technology to support solar inverters, UPS, automotive, lighting and ballast applications
2006-04-24 austriamicro sets up Indian design center
austriamicrosystems has set up a development center at Hyderabad in southern India and plans to invest between $40 million and $50 million into this effort
2005-11-17 Tensilica forges design center agreement with Indian firm
Tensilica Inc. has signed an agreement with Bangalore, India-based embedded design service company Tata Elxsi Ltd, Tensilica said
2003-12-08 SiNett sets up IC design center in Bangalore
The march of semiconductor companies setting up design centers in Bangalore continues unabated
2005-03-22 Rambus opens design center in Bangalore, India
Memory interface licensing company Rambus Inc. opened a design center in Bangalore aimed at expanding its design operations and better serving its customers in Asia, who account for half the company's sales
2005-12-28 Qualcore to expand Indian subsidiary
QualCore disclosed that its design center in India plans to add embedded software and driver development services to the organization
2006-04-07 NeST begins work on VLSI design center in Kerala
NeST has started work on a VLSI design center in association with an undisclosed Japanese chipmaker, as part of its plan to set up a manufacturing foundry for memory chips
2007-10-05 Intel initiates programs for India design houses
Intel has launched programs to leverage its embedded-architecture portfolio and aid Indian design houses in launching products for the domestic and global markets
2008-04-10 India makes headway in analog design
India has made great strides in recent years in the field of analog design, which is often considered more art than science
2007-10-29 India hinges hope on embedded design
What India lacks in manufacturing, however, it makes up for in embedded software developmenta foundation that could prove increasingly important in the future.
2008-02-21 India Design Center in Kolkata attracts IBM
IBM has expressed interest in establishing a prototype fab in the India Design Center in Kolkata, West Bengal
2006-09-22 Freescale's new India center to focus on software R&D
Freescale Semiconductor India Pvt. Ltd has announced the expansion of its India operations with a 100,000-square-foot facility in Bangalore.
2005-02-25 Freescale to set up software center in Bangalore
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. said it would start a software development center in Bangalore as the area becomes a hotbed for software talent and development
2007-03-22 Freescale opens new design house in India
To expand its presence in India, Freescale Semiconductor inaugurated a new 27,870m? semiconductor design center in Noida
2006-08-30 EMT to increase headcount in Bangalore design center
Memory design company Emerging Memory Technologies disclosed its plans to increase the number of design engineers at its Bangalore center. The center currently employs six engineers; EMT plans to increase this number to ten by October, and then around 15 within a year
2008-10-27 Economic crunch forces design service firm to close shop
Less than five months after its official launch, Indian River Silicon LLC, a wireless IC design services company founded by group of IEEE 802.11 pioneers, has closed its doors
2007-10-10 Design talent drives India's electronics industry
India's electronics industry has grown rapidly, largely due to the country's engineering talent, according to Gregg Lowe, senior VP for analog at TI, who delivered the keynote address at ESC-India last week.
2003-02-28 Cadence boosts Indian investment
Cadence Design Systems Inc. said it will invest an additional $50 million over the next three years to grow its operations in India
2003-09-24 Big investments burnish India's hardware design image
India may not be attracting the same huge investments in semiconductor fabs as neighboring China, but foreign investments in software development activities easily total more than $2B.
2008-03-18 ARM fortifies design operations in India
ARM has opened larger offices in India to house expanded operations, making the Indian facility the company's second-largest design center outside its Cambridge headquarters.
2005-08-22 Altera uses local firm for Indian R&D
Altera Corp. may be the only FPGA company to have a wholly-owned Indian subsidiary firm, but it has no plans to set up a R&D center or outsource software development to India
2006-10-06 Xilinx opens development center in India
Xilinx announced the opening of its own development center in India, located in a 33,000-sq ft facility in CyberPearl, Hyderabad
2005-03-22 Xilinx India R&D center develops programmable IP cores
Xilinx Inc. announced that its India development center, operated by CMC in Hyderabad, has created 12 IP cores in its first year of operation
2004-07-01 Ubinetics expands Indian telecom software center
British wireless communications developer Ubinetics will expand its Indian development center with an additional $25 million investment and the hiring of another 150 software engineers over the next 18 months
2006-02-17 Rambus to expand design activity in India
Rambus plans to double its head count in India this year, to more than 100, and said it will continue to use Indian companies for outsourced logic design and verification, layout and other engineering tasks
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