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  • 1.
            • Semiconductor Evolution in India
            • J itendra P uri
    http://www.nsysinc.com
  • 2. Indian Semiconductor Industry : Evolution
      • 80s
      • TI India commenced operations in Bangalore in 1985, becoming the first multinational to set up an R&D facility in India. TI started with the development and support of proprietary Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software systems.
      • EDA tool vendors started setting up their support offices.
      • 90s
      • IBM returns to India.
      • EDA tool vendors started software development work.
      • Intel started in 1999 as a 5-member team.
    nsysinc.com
  • 3. Indian Semiconductor Industry : Present …
      • TI India is now the largest R&D operation outside the US.
      • Cadence India includes facilities for research and development as well as IT support for Cadence worldwide and Global Customer Care.
      • Intel India's core areas include Chip sets, Design and manufacturing automation, Digital signal processing, Microprocessor, Networking products, with investments over US$ 2 billion.
      • Most of the big players in the industry viz Cisco, Broadcom, Qualcomm, LSI, Emulex, Sandisk have sizable design teams working out of India.
    nsysinc.com
  • 4. Indian Semiconductor Industry : Present
      • Companies like TI, intel etc already have multiple of their designs taped out from their India Design Centers
      • EDA companies too have had some of their latest tool releases done from their India Centers
    nsysinc.com Software + Verification Ownership of Modules Support Center Complete ASIC Development
  • 5. Other side of the story …
      • All this while, there have been ‘Indian companies’ too in the field. Those companies enjoyed the same advantages of the multinationals, notably
        • an abundance of local engineering talent
        • available at comparatively low cost
      • But they also had to endure such challenges as
        • high EDA-tool costs
        • attrition of trained engineers to the US
    nsysinc.com
  • 6. Other side of the story
      • Most of the Indian companies’ hardware activities started with the board & system design development, and later graduated to providing design and verification services.
      • Some of these companies actually took a lead and ventured into IP development too (Wipro, DCM Tech, Arasan to name a few)
      • PCI, PCI-X, USB, 1394 are some of the popular IPs in the connectivity domain from them
      • Largest company with sole focus on Verification IPs
      • There are a handful who are actually providing complete chip solutions today
    nsysinc.com Accelerating designs
  • 7.
    • India is set to become the ASIC Design Hub
      • More and more designs coming out from India based Design Centers
      • Indian companies leading IP and VIP space, and also doing complete chip solutions
      • Expertise no longer limited to Digital, with lot many Design houses investing on developing Analog expertise too
      • Services would be VAS
      • Fab ??
    Direction for the Future
  • 8. Thank You Jitendra Puri [email_address] www.nsysinc.com Note: All Trademarks & Copyrights are the property of their owners

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