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2006-06-09 Work begins on SemIndia fab
The foundation stone for the $3 billion SemIndia wafer fab was laid at Shamshabad in southern Andhra Pradesh state.
2006-12-15 Wipro selects Cadence as primary VLSI vendor
Wipro Technologies, a global independent R&D services provider and the services arm of Wipro Ltd, has chosen Cadence Design Systems as its primary vendor for VLSI and system design solutions.
2006-12-20 UMTS Forum against 3G auction in India
India should not hold an auction for 3G spectrum, especially at the high base price recommended by the government's telecom regulatory body.
2006-05-12 U.S. posts IP rights attach in India
A U.S. Patent and Trademark Office attorney will reportedly be posted to the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi as an intellectual property rights attach.
2006-12-07 U.S. official criticizes Indian patent system
A U.S. official leading a business delegation in India called India's patent and copyright laws antiquated and unable to offer protections necessary for foreign companies to operate in the country.
2006-08-02 Trial IPTV services begins in India
India's state-owned communications services provider, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam will reportedly offer IPTV services under the Tri-Band name, with trial services to soon start pilot runs in New Delhi and Mumbai.
2006-10-23 TI veteran starts analog/mixed-signal firm in India
Former Texas Instruments general manager Vivek Pawar launched a new venture offering analog and mixed-signal design and layout services in India.
2006-07-14 TI to open second Indian R&D center
Texas Instruments, a mainstay in India for the past 20 years, disclosed that it will set up a second R&D center in Chennai.
2006-07-18 Tejas to shift to packet-aware optical transport products
Tejas Networks wants to build on its next-generation SDH/SONET technology capabilities to move to packet-aware optical transport products.
2006-06-23 Tata, Reliance urge Qualcomm to cut royalty payments
CDMA providers Tata Teleservices and Reliance Communications are urging Qualcomm to cut royalty payments.
2006-11-17 Spectrum conflict delays WiMax in India
India could miss the wireless broadband revolution unless it reallocates spectrum in the 2.5- to 2.69GHz band for WiMax services, the WiMax Forum has warned.
2006-11-06 Skill shortage, labor costs challenge India design
An inadequate number of skilled engineers due to lack of specialized institutes and advanced technical courses poses a big barrier to the growth of India's VLSI design business for the next two years.
2006-01-27 SiRF chip integrates GPS, Bluetooth
SiRF Technology has launched SiRFLinkI, a single-chip solution integrating GPS and Bluetooth functions the company said reduces size, cost and power requirements.
2006-02-14 Single-chip RF circuits coming, says analyst
Researchers are using microelectromechanical system technology to develop a single-chip RF circuit that integrates discrete functions to reduce weight and cost, according to a Frost & Sullivan report.
2006-09-19 SEMI visits India, checks manufacturing growth
Executives from the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International visited India to survey and analyze the growth of the local semiconductor manufacturing industry.
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.
2006-07-12 Quality of Indian research falling, warns group
India's share of high quality scientific research is declining sharply as rivals like China make R&D progress, a scientific advisory council said to the Prime Minister last week.
2006-06-30 Qualcomm rejects calls to cut royalties
Qualcomm rejected calls to cut royalties charged to CDMA-based wireless providers, saying its revenues would drop.
2006-07-06 Qualcomm looking for Indian startups
Qualcomm is seeking a startup in India, either through acquisition or an equity investment by its Qualcomm Technologies & Ventures division.
2007-02-28 Provide solutions, not products, says ADI chair
Ray Stata, co-founder and chairman of Analog Devices told members of ISA that the IC industry should provide solution to the relentless price pressure and spiraling design cost.
2006-01-13 PMC-Sierra opens Indian development center
PMC-Sierra has opened its development center in India, expected to house staff working on WiMax and storage technologies.
2006-12-06 Nokia to launch DVB-H with India broadcaster
Nokia has launched a DVB-Handheld broadcast mobile TV pilot with state-owned TV broadcaster Doordarshan that will use Nokia's DVB-H solution.
2006-03-17 Nokia suppliers to set up operations in India
As many as ten suppliers to Nokia Corp. will establish operations near the southern Indian city of Chennai, where a Nokia manufacturing facility was inaugurated on March 11.
2006-04-19 New Indian semi association is launched
The Indus Entrepreneurs, a Silicon Valley-based not-for-profit global organization, has launched a Semiconductor Special Interest Group in Hyderabad.
2006-10-26 Need for next-gen EDA tools grows, says report
The entire electronics industry depends on efficiency and innovation of EDA tools, which is becoming even more important with the continuing rise in reduction in ICs from micro-to nanoscale dimensions.
2005-11-18 Motorola to assemble wireless handsets in India
Motorola Inc. will assemble its C115 wireless handset in India and begin marketing them as early as mid-December.
2006-06-08 Motorola plans manufacturing plant in India
Motorola plans to set up a plant in India to manufacture both mobile devices and network infrastructure equipment.
2006-10-19 Most Indian design houses compete on cost, says report
The majority of India's VLSI design firms compete on cost, while relatively few are mature companies involved in end-to-end projects and even fewer are considered co-innovators, according to Frost & Sullivan.
2006-07-25 MIT boosts India's IP rights enforcement
India's Ministry of Information Technology has amended its IP rights program to curtail patent infringement and adhere to international trade rules on intellectual property.
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.
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