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  1. 1. 2/19/2013 Project Report | Sumit K Jha MANUFACTURING PLANT FOR TABLET PCS, SERVERS AND PERSONAL COMPUTERS
  2. 2. Page 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS PREAMBLE/SUMMERY OF PROJECT.................................................................................................................3 REASONS TO CHOOSING GUJARAT ..................................................................................................................4 PRODUCT MIX .................................................................................................................................................6 TABLETS ................................................................................................................................................................6 SEVERS..................................................................................................................................................................6 PERSONAL COMPUTERS ............................................................................................................................................6 PRESENT AND FUTURE DEMAND OF END PRODUCT ........................................................................................7 TABLETS ................................................................................................................................................................7 SERVERS................................................................................................................................................................9 PERSONAL COMPUTERS..........................................................................................................................................10 PROPOSED CAPACITY.....................................................................................................................................12 TABLETS ..............................................................................................................................................................12 SERVERS..............................................................................................................................................................12 PERSONAL COMPUTERS ..........................................................................................................................................12 DETAILS OF COMPLETE PROCESS CYCLE WITH PROCESS CHART.....................................................................13 RAW MATERIAL STORAGE AND HANDLING ...................................................................................................16 PLANT AND MACHINERY INCLUDING POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENTS....................................................19 PHASE WISE DEMAND OF POWER .................................................................................................................26 OTHER SUBSIDIARY REQUIREMENTS AND ANCILLARY FACILITIES..................................................................26 CAPITAL COSTING ..........................................................................................................................................26 MANPOWER PLANNING ................................................................................................................................27 COST OF PROJECT –AND MEANS OF FINANCE................................................................................................27 LAYOUT OF FACTORY / PLANT .......................................................................................................................27 MARKET/EXPORT ..........................................................................................................................................28
  3. 3. Page 3 Preamble/summery of project The form factors in personal computing have gone through a transformation through the last 10 years. The desktops and laptops, by no means have become obsolete but the tablets have surely taken the growth story a notch higher. We want to cater to the computing needs of consumers through these form factors. We also plan to include servers into our manufacturing fold and cater to the ever increasing computing needs of businesses. However, we want to focus on X-86 platform and blades as these two segments remain the growth areas globally and especially in Asia-pacific. The PC market has been holding up globally despite analyst predicting to the contrary. Worldwide PC1 shipments totalled 89 million units in the first quarter of 2012, a 1.9 percent increase from the first quarter of 2011, when shipments reached 87.3 million units, according to preliminary results by Gartner, Inc. These results exceed Gartner's earlier projections of a 1.2 percent decline for the quarter. We believe that the demand for the PCs will hold firm at least in Eastern Europe, middle- east, Africa and Asia. Media tablets or tablet PCs have charted a completely different trajectory and have been growing at a very fast rate. According to DisplaySearch, tablet PC shipments are expected to grow from 121 million units in the year 2012 to 416 million units in the year 2017 with the compound annual growth rate of 28 per cent. The manufacturing project plan is expected to cost INR 27.5 crores and employ 1500 people directly or indirectly. The manufacturing plant will take two years for completion. Tablet PC will be our key focus area and at its peak capacity will produce 10,00,000 units of tablets per year. Personal computers (PCs) in India have shown a decent growth over the years and still remain a high expansion area. We want to complete the stack of computing hardware by manufacturing PCs of all configurations. We plan to manufacture 5,00,000 PCs at full capacity Another market that we want to address through this plant is the servers market. There has been an off-take of servers with the increasing computing needs of the large companies and new adoptions in the small and medium business (SMB) enterprises. We plan to take our relationship with Intel further and add to our server manufacturing capability. We plan to manufacture 50,000 servers at full capacity. 1 Data includes desk-based PCs, mobile PCs, including mini-notebooks but not media tablets such as the iPad.
  4. 4. Page 4 Reasons to choosing Gujarat Gujarat located on the western most part of India, has the longest coastline in the country of around 1,600 km. Since inception, the structure of its economy has changed significantly. The State’s GSDP and Per Capita GSDP have grown consistently. The state has maintained its high rank in key economic indicators among the Indian States. It has emerged as a leading industrialised state in the country proving to be an ideal destination for many investors, both from within and outside India. Gujarat’s GDP (Rs. Crore) Gujarat’s Per capita Income Gujarat's contribution to India, 2010-11 Gujarat-the growth engine of India 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 350,000 300,000 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 - CAGR 8.5% 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 - CAGR 7.4% Exports Fixed capital investment Net value added Value of output No. of employees No. of factories Geographical area Population 10% 10% 6% 5% 12% 16% 16% 22% 0.00% 5.00% 10.00% 15.00% 20.00% 25.00%
  5. 5. Page 5 IT/ITES Gujarat Scenario A highly industrialized state with 7.5% Major contributor to India’s manufacturing sector contribution to India's GDP (2011-12) Soda Ash 98% Contributes 17% of India’s industrial output (2011-12) 26% share in investments (implemented projects) in India, till 2011 Contributes 25% of India's exports (2010-11) 37% share of India's total port cargo is Diamond processing Salt Production Plastic industry Petro-Chemicals Onshore Crude Oil Chemicals Pharmaceuticals Textiles Mineral production 80% 78% 65% 62% 53% 51% 35% 31% 10% handled at Gujarat's ports (2011-12) Source: Gujarat Socio-economic review 2011-12; Annual Survey of Industries 2008-09; DIPP SIA statistics
  6. 6. Page 6 Existing IT Infrastructure Product mix Tablets We plan to manufacture Tablet computer, or a tablet, which is a mobile computer, larger than a mobile phone or personal digital assistant, integrated into a flat touch screen and primarily operated by touching the screen rather than using a physical keyboard. We plan to manufacture 7” tablets initially but intends to diversify if the demand manifests. The standard form of tablet will not have an integrated keyboard but option will be provided with a wireless link or a USB port. Severs We plan to manufacture servers based on Intel Xeon. We plans to incorporate AMD and other platforms as and when need arises. We already have strong relationship with Intel and AMD. Personal computers We plan to take our brand of PCs forward with one more manufacturing capability. We will manufacture desktops, notebooks and thin.
  7. 7. Page 7 Present and Future demand of end product Tablets Global demand of Tablet PCs (2011) Source: Convergence Catalyst, Manufacturing- Project Report According to DisplaySearch, tablet PC shipments are expected to grow from 121 million units in the year 2012 to 416 million units in the year 2017 with the compound annual growth rate of 28 per cent. Demand of tablet PCs at present and in the future in India Source: Convergence Catalyst, Manufacturing- Project Report
  8. 8. Page 8 Reasons for Tablet ecosystem in India to explode, demand side Reasons for Tablet ecosystem in India to explode, supply side
  9. 9. Page 9 Key Tablets value proposition factors relevance for various consumer segments Servers Gartner reported that for the first quarter of 2012, global server revenues declined by 1.8 percent on a year-over-year basis to $12.4 billion. IDC reported a steeper decline of 2.4 percent, with revenues at $11.8 billion. In terms of actual server shipments, Gartner reported that worldwide server shipments grew 1.5 percent in the first quarter of 2012, while IDC reported 2.7 percent growth in server shipments. The decline in the overall server market is not uniform across all server segments. The x86 server market is a bright spot. Gartner reported that x86 server revenues grew by 5.6 percent on unit growth of 1.7 percent. IDC reported x86 server revenue growth of 4.5 percent on unit growth of 3.2 percent. Server Market Overview With a revenue base of 56.7 billion in 2011, the global server market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.6% through 2016. In contrast, the Asia/Pacific server market is expected to grow faster at a CAGR of 6.2% for the same period. India's server revenue was forecasted to reach $754.5 million in 2012, and grow to $901.1 million in 2016, which makes it the largest segment of the Indian data center infrastructure market. Corresponding unit shipment CAGR will be 4.7% in 2011 through 2016, with shipments reaching a total of 173,000 units by 2016. This forecast would be revised if the overall macroeconomic situation further changes. In comparison with many mature markets, the Indian server market still presents relatively better growth opportunities. Mirroring the global trend, x86 will emerge as the strongest driver for this momentum in India. With the introduction of new processors from both Intel and AMD, a fresh round of replacement cycles would be triggered.
  10. 10. Page 10 Players with dominance in the x86 space have a better chance to succeed and leverage the growth. Indian organizations are accepting commodity-based x86 hardware for mission-critical workloads as well, which will see limited traction for legacy proprietary technologies. This would also add significant services opportunity around migration from one platform to another platform. Server Market Forecast The global server market is dominated by x86 with a 67.3% revenue share for 2011, with the U.S. market reporting a 72.5% share. During 2011, x86 accounted for a 63.5% revenue share in the Asia/Pacific server market and is expected to touch a 79.5% share by 2016. In India, x86-based servers are poised to witness the strongest growth momentum with a CAGR of 5.0% in 2011 through 2016, further suggesting that Unix-based hardware technologies will see restricted uptake in near future, The computers segment is expected to be the market’s most lucrative in 2011, with total revenue of US$2.3 billion (Rs. 11,500 crore), equivalent to 72.8% of the market's overall value. The growth of the market is forecast to decelerate, with an anticipated CAGR of 9.5% for the five- year period 2011 - 2016, which is expected to drive the market to a value of US$ 4.9 billion (Rs. 24,500 crore) by the end of 2016. Personal Computers Worldwide PC shipments totalled 89 million units in the first quarter of 2012, a 1.9 percent increase from the first quarter of 2011, when shipments reached 87.3 million units, according to preliminary results by Gartner, Inc. These results exceed Gartner's earlier projections of a 1.2 percent decline for the quarter. "The results were mixed depending on the region, as we saw the EMEA region perform better than expected, while Asia/Pacific performed below expectations, in part because of slow growth in India and China," said Mikako Kitagawa, principal analyst at Gartner. "While the PC industry has high expectations for strong growth in the emerging markets, the slowdown of these countries in this quarter provides a cautionary notice to vendors that the future growth for the PC industry cannot heavily depend on the emerging markets even though PC penetration in these regions is low." "In general, the hard-disk drive (HDD) supply shortage had a limited impact on PC supply during 1Q12. There was a moderate impact on selected markets, such as low-end consumer notebooks and the white-box market in selected regions. Still, low PC demand was able to mask the tight HDD supply overall." Although PC vendors typically experience low consumer PC sales in the first quarter, Gartner's preliminary results reveal worse-than-normal consumer PC shipment growth. The weak consumer PC demand is in part because of intensified competition for consumers' budgets. Device vendors that focus on a limited product line will get only a small portion of the consumer wallet. Companies such as Apple can be clear winners because of comprehensive product/service offerings, which gain a large part of consumers' spending.
  11. 11. Page 11 In the U.S., PC shipments totalled 15.5 million units in the first quarter of 2012, a 3.5 percent decline from the same period last year (see Table 2). Gartner analysts had expected the market to decline 6.1 percent in the quarter. "The consumer segment continued to be a drag on market growth, as PC demand was low," Ms. Kitagawa said. "The HDD supply shortage moderately impacted the very low-end consumer notebook market, so channels could not run aggressive promotions with very low-end systems. Questions remain on whether low-end systems can attract consumers, as their attention has moved to other devices." PC shipments in EMEA totalled 28.2 million units in the first quarter of 2012, a 6.7 percent increase from the same period last year (see Table 3). "The EMEA PC market grew faster than the worldwide PC market because of solid demand from the professional market as organisations executed long-awaited Windows 7 plans," said Ranjit Atwal, research director at Gartner. Demand came from Western Europe as well as emerging markets, and it strengthened the desk-based PC market. Gartner estimates that the EMEA desk-based PC market will account for 40 percent of total PC shipments in 2012. "The desk-based PC isn't dead yet," added Mr. Atwal. Growth in PC shipments to Central and Eastern Europe was slightly higher than expected, with improved demand from Russia and members of the Commonwealth of Independent States, and more modest upturns in other countries. The Middle East and Africa also had an upbeat quarter, with spending returning to the consumer market. Overall, the EMEA PC market had a very weak 2011, not helped by the shortage of HDDs. However, the relative stability of the economic environment gave vendors an opportunity to replenish inventory and meet demand for professional PCs. In Asia/Pacific, PC shipments reached 30.3 million units in the first quarter of 2012, a 2 percent increase from the first quarter of 2011. In China, shipments of desk-based PCs decreased significantly as there was no longer a rural PC program in place to drive demand. In India, the Tamil Nadu deal, operated by local government to provide free laptops to students, was supposed to be executed in the first quarter, but it has been postponed to subsequent quarters. The PC market in Latin America declined 3.2 percent in the first quarter of 2012, as shipments totalled 9 million units. Mobile PC shipments grew 0.4 percent over the first quarter of 2011, while desk-based PC shipments decreased 7.6 percent. Many white-box PC vendors had depleted inventory due to the HDD shortage. PC shipments in Japan grew 11.5 percent in the first quarter of 2012, as shipments reached 4.4 million units. The double-digit growth was due in part to the very weak performance in 1Q11, which was affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in March of last year. "The first quarter of 2012 was a transitional period as the PC industry is awaiting two big releases: Intel's Ivy Bridge and Microsoft's Windows 8. Both are expected to be launched this year. Although these new releases are not expected to stimulate demand as much as the industry hopes, they will affect PC supply so that there will be artificial supply control before and after the product releases.
  12. 12. Page 12 There will be few products rolled out into the market until these major releases have taken place," Ms. Kitagawa said. PC sales in India grew 17% falling a shade short of three million units at 2.9 million in the June 2012 quarter, technology researcher Gartner said. Sequentially the growth in PC sales was 24%. Computers accounted for about 32% of Indian consumer electronics spending in 2011. BMI forecasts Indian domestic market computer hardware sales (including notebooks and accessories) of US$10.8bn in 2012, up from US$9.2bn in 2011. With PC penetration of around 2%, the computer hardware compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the 2012-2016 period will be about 16%. Proposed capacity Tablets We plan to create a manufacturing plant with a capacity of 10,00,000 units to be operational by 2014. Servers For servers, we plan to create a capacity of 50,000 servers per year by 2014. Personal computers We plan to create a capacity to manufacture 5, 00,000 personal computing devices per year by 2014.
  13. 13. Page 13 Details of complete process cycle with process chart Process Flow Diagram for Tablet PC Assembly BOM Generation Is Material Available? Material Issue Top Assembly Material Request Generation Burn-In Quality Check Packing Rework Invoicing Production DATA Entry in AX Dispatch Production Planning Fail FailOK OK Yes No Production Final Assembly Bottom Assembly Kitting FG Store Yes BOM Approval No Replacement Material Request Generation Order Intimation from SCM/BD
  14. 14. Page 14 Process Flow Diagram for PC BOM Generation Is Material Available? Material Issue Integration Material Request Generation Burn-In Quality Check Kitting Rework Invoicing Production DATA Entry in AX Dispatch Production Planning Fail Fail OK OK Yes No Production BOM Approval Packing FG Store No Replacement Material Request Generation Yes Order Intimation from SCM/BD
  15. 15. Page 15 Process Flow Diagram for Servers Order Intimation from SCM/BD BOM Generation Is Material Available? Material Issue Integration Material Request Generation Burn-In Quality Check Kitting Rework Invoicing Production DATA Entry in AX Dispatch Production Planning Fail OK OK Yes No Production Software Installation Yes BOM Approval No Replacement Material Request Generation Packing FG Store
  16. 16. Page 16 Raw material storage and handling Process flow
  17. 17. Page 17 Process flow for IQC E-Waste Management Input Receipt of raw material passed by IQC Store Verification with Bill of Material Pass Fail Start integration Verification of integrated final product Send to QC for testing Physical verification Fail PassRework Fault finding and troubleshooting section Quality testing Fail Pass Labeling & PackingDispatch Integration and testing flow chart
  18. 18. Page 18 Step No. Process Step Supplier Customer Agreed TAT Supplier Sign-off Customer Sign-off 1. Identification of faulty material during testing of raw material and final assembled product. Quality Control Production Depends on quantity Update Quality Records with test reports Receive faulty material for replacement / re- work and update Production Records 2. Re-work / replacement of faulty material Production Quality Control Depends on quantity Update Production Records Receive modified product for re-testing 3. Identification of faulty material during re-testing. Quality Control Production Depends on quantity Update Quality Records with test reports. Receive final product for dispatch to customer. Receive faulty material for disposal. Update Production Records. 4. Disposal of faulty material. Production Scrap Bin 1 day Handover faulty material for disposal. Update Production Records. Receive e-waste for disposal. Update Scrap Bin. 5. Disposal of e-waste Scrap Bin Logistic Quarterly Update Scrap Bin record. Receive e-waste for dispatch. 6. Recycling of e-waste Logistic Authorized E-waste Recycler 24 hours Outward entry with logistic process activity. Recycling of e-waste
  19. 19. Page 19 Plant and Machinery including Pollution Control equipments Preliminary list of Machinery for two assembly lines for Tablet PC manufacturing Sr. No. ITEMS Number of units Price Range Import / Indigenous 1 Assembly Line Conveyor (For Top Cover Assembly) 4 10 Lac 40 Lac 2 Assembly Line Conveyor (For Bottom Cover Assembly) 4 10 Lac 40 Lac 3 Assembly Line Conveyor (For Final Assembly) 4 10 Lac 40 Lac 4 Assembly Line Conveyor (Testing and Packing) 2 10 Lac 20 Lac 5 Electric Screw Driver 100 0.10 Lac 10 Lac 6 ESD Safe Temp. Comtroller Soldering Station 100 0.25 Lac 25 Lac 7 UPS (30 KVA with 60 min backup) 1 10-12 Lac 12 Lac 8 ESD Safe Bins for Material Handling 2500 0.01 Lac 25 Lac 9 ESD Flooring 1 15 Lac 15 Lac 10 Automatic Taping Machine 2 5 Lac 10 Lac 11 Automatic Strapping Machine 2 5 Lac 10 Lac Total 247 Lac Preliminary list of Machinery for testing for Tablet PC Sr. No. Description Req. Qty. Approx. Price Total Cost 1 Variac 0-300 Volt AC 8 Amp 5 5,000 25,000 2 Wattmeter (Clampmeter) “MS 2208” - 2 15,000 30,000 3 DSO 200MHz “Owon” 2 50,000 1,00,000 4 Power Analyzer Meter 1500 Watt 2 8,000 16,000 5 ACA Leakage Tester (200 mA) 2 5,000 10,000 6 Digital AC Clamp Meter “MS 2001F” 2 2,500 5,000 7 Digital AC/DC Clamp Meter “MS 2101” 2 4,000 8,000 8 Digital High voltage insulation tester, 500VDC, 1000VDC, 40GOHm 2 3,000 6,000 9 High voltage tester, 0- 5KVAC, 3-30mA 2 8,000 16,000 10 Multimeter with temp sensor “APLAB VC 97” 2 3,000 6,000 11 Digital Megger, 500VDC, 1000VDC, 40GOhm 1 3,500 3,500 12 SMPS testing Panel, Resistance Based, with 2 digital meters 2 15,000 30,000 13 SMPS testing Panel, Electronic Based, with 2 digital meters 2 20,000 40,000 14 SMPS testing Panel, Electronic Based, with 12 digital meters 2 40,000 80,000 Total 3,75,500
  20. 20. Page 20 Preliminary list of Machinery for two assembly lines for PC manufacturing Sr. No. Description Req. Qty. Approx. Price Total Cost 1 Assembly Line Conveyor 5 10 Lac 50 Lac 2 Burn-in Area 5 10 Lac 50 Lac 3 Assembly Line Conveyor (For Packing) 2 10 Lac 20 Lac 4 Electric Screw Driver 100 0.10 Lac 10 Lac 5 UPS (60 KVA with 60 min backup) 5 20-22 Lac 110 Lac 6 Burn-in Software 1 12 Lac 12 Lac 7 Environmental Chamber 2 1.5 Lac 3 Lac 8 ESD Safe Bins for Material Handling 2500 0.01 Lac 25 Lac 9 ESD Flooring 1 15 Lac 15 Lac 10 Automatic Taping Machine 2 5 Lac 10 Lac 11 Automatic Strapping Machine 2 5 Lac 10 Lac Total 315 Lac Preliminary list of Machinery for testing PC Sr. No. Description Req. Qty. Approx. Price Total Cost 1 Variac 0-300 Volt AC 8 Amp 5 5,000 25,000 2 Wattmeter (Clampmeter) “MS 2208” - 2 15,000 30,000 3 DSO 200MHz “Owon” 2 50,000 1,00,000 4 Power Analyzer Meter 1500 Watt 2 8,000 16,000 5 ACA Leakage Tester (200 mA) 2 5,000 10,000 6 Digital AC Clamp Meter “MS 2001F” 2 2,500 5,000 7 Digital AC/DC Clamp Meter “MS 2101” 2 4,000 8,000 8 Digital High voltage insulation tester, 500VDC, 1000VDC, 40GOHm 2 3,000 6,000 9 High voltage tester, 0- 5KVAC, 3-30mA 2 8,000 16,000 10 Multimeter with temp sensor “APLAB VC 97” 2 3,000 6,000 11 Digital Megger, 500VDC, 1000VDC, 40GOhm 1 3,500 3,500 12 SMPS testing Panel, Resistance Based, with 2 digital meters 2 15,000 30,000 13 SMPS testing Panel, Electronic Based, with 2 digital meters 2 20,000 40,000 14 SMPS testing Panel, Electronic Based, with 12 digital meters 2 40,000 80,000 15 SMPS testing Panel, Electronic Based, with 12 digital meters 2 40,000 80,000 16 ESD 3000 16KV ESD Test system 1 8,00,000 8,00,000 Total 12,55,500 Preliminary Bill of Material
  21. 21. Page 21 AMD PC AGILE DAG2239 Sr.No. Item Model Make Remark 1 CPU Athlon XII AMD local 2 MBD Nvidia 7025 & AMD 760 Chipset ANY local 3 RAM 1/2/4 GB DDR 3 1333 MHz Any local 4 HDD 160 TO 500 GB SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD r/w any Import 6 CHASSIS M-ATX chassis Import 7 PSU 250/300 Watt Import 8 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 9 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 10 OS Win,Rhel,Suse,Linux local 11 ANTIVIRUS If Required local 12 MONITOR 18.5 To 21" LED/LCD Import 13 I/O As Required, USB,Rear Port,S+P local AGILE DAG 2277 1 CPU Phenom II X2 or X3 or X4 AMD local 2 MBD Nvidia 7025 & AMD 760/785 Chipset ANY local 3 RAM 1/2/4 GB DDR 3 1333 MHz Any local 4 HDD 160 TO 500 GB SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD r/w any Import 6 CHASSIS M-ATX chassis Import 7 PSU 250/300 Watt Import 8 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 9 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 10 OS Win,Rhel,Suse,Linux local 11 ANTIVIRUS If Required local 12 MONITOR 18.5 To 21" LED/LCD Import 13 I/O As Required, USB,Rear Port,S+P local 14 Expension Slot As Required 4 PCI or Express local Agile DAG2274 1 CPU FX 4100 Series AMD local 2 MBD 880G Chipset ANY local 3 RAM 1/2/4 GB DDR 3 1333 MHz Any local 4 HDD 160 TO 500 GB SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD r/w any Import 6 CHASSIS M-ATX chassis Import 7 PSU 250/300 Watt Import 8 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 9 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 10 OS Win,Rhel,Suse,Linux local 11 ANTIVIRUS If Required local 12 MONITOR 18.5 To 21" LED/LCD Import 13 I/O As Required, USB,Rear Port,S+P local 14 Expension Slot As Required 4 PCI or Express local
  22. 22. Page 22 Intel PC AGILE DAG4639 Sr.No. Item Model Make Remark 1 CPU Intel Core i3 2nd Gen like i3-2100 Intel local 2 MBD Intel 6 Series Chipset ANY local 3 RAM 1/2/4 GB DDR 3 1333 MHz Any local 4 HDD 160 TO 500 GB SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD r/w any Import 6 CHASSIS M-ATX chassis Import 7 PSU 250/300 Watt Import 8 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 9 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 10 OS Win,Rhel,Suse,Linux local 11 ANTIVIRUS If Required local 12 MONITOR 18.5 To 21" LED/LCD Import 13 I/O As Required, USB,Rear Port,S+P local 14 Expension Slot As Required 4 PCI or Express local AGILE DAG 2277 1 CPU Intel Core i5 2nd Gen like i5-2400/2500 Intel local 2 MBD Intel 6/7 Series Chipset ANY local 3 RAM 1/2/4 GB DDR 3 1333 MHz Any local 4 HDD 160 TO 500 GB SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD r/w any Import 6 CHASSIS M-ATX chassis Import 7 PSU 250/300 Watt Import 8 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 9 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 10 OS Win,Rhel,Suse,Linux local 11 ANTIVIRUS If Required local 12 MONITOR 18.5 To 21" LED/LCD Import 13 I/O As Required, USB,Rear Port,S+P local 14 Expension Slot As Required 4 PCI or Express local Agile DAG2274 1 CPU Intel Core i7 2nd Gen like i7-2600 Intel local 2 MBD Intel 6/7 Series Chipset ANY local 3 RAM 1/2/4 GB DDR 3 1333 MHz Any local 4 HDD 160 TO 500 GB SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD r/w any Import 6 CHASSIS M-ATX chassis Import 7 PSU 250/300 Watt Import 8 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import
  23. 23. Page 23 9 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 10 OS Win,Rhel,Suse,Linux local 11 ANTIVIRUS If Required local 12 MONITOR 18.5 To 21" LED/LCD Import 13 I/O As Required, USB,Rear Port,S+P local 14 Expension Slot As Required 4 PCI or Express local Preliminary list of Machinery for one assembly line for Servers manufacturing Sr. No. Description Req. Qty. Approx. Price Total Cost 1 Assembly Line Conveyor 2 10 Lac 20 Lac 2 Burn-in Area 2 10 Lac 20 Lac 3 Assembly Line Conveyor (For Packing) 1 10 Lac 10 Lac 4 Electric Screw Driver 40 0.10 Lac 4 Lac 5 UPS (60 KVA with 60 min backup) 2 20-22 Lac 44 Lac 6 Environmental Chamber 1 1.5 Lac 1.5 Lac Preliminary list of Machinery for Testing Servers Sr. No. Description Req. Qty. Approx. Price 1 Variac 0-300 Volt AC 8 Amp 5 5,000 2 Wattmeter (Clampmeter) “MS 2208” - 2 15,000 3 DSO 200MHz “Owon” 2 50,000 4 Power Analyzer Meter 1500 Watt 2 8,000 5 ACA Leakage Tester (200 mA) 2 5,000 6 Digital AC Clamp Meter “MS 2001F” 2 2,500 7 Digital AC/DC Clamp Meter “MS 2101” 2 4,000 8 Digital High voltage insulation tester, 500VDC, 1000VDC, 40GOHm 2 3,000 9 High voltage tester, 0- 5KVAC, 3-30mA 2 8,000 10 Multimeter with temp sensor “APLAB VC 97” 2 3,000 11 Digital Megger, 500VDC, 1000VDC, 40GOhm 1 3,500 12 SMPS testing Panel, Resistance Based, with 2 digital meters 2 15,000 13 SMPS testing Panel, Electronic Based, with 2 digital meters 2 20,000 14 SMPS testing Panel, Electronic Based, with 12 digital meters 2 40,000 16 ESD 3000 16KV ESD Test system 1 8,00,000 Total
  24. 24. Page 24 Preliminary Bill of Material Entry Level Servers Workhorse SWH117 Sr.No. Item Model Make Remark 1 CPU X3430 series Processor Intel local 2 MBD X34xx Chipset any local 3 RAM 2*2 or 4*2 GB DDR 3 ECC upgradable to 32 GB any local 4 HDD 2 to 4*146/300 GB SAS or any SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD R/W any Import 6 Raid Controller Raid 0 & 1 Support any local 7 CHASSIS ATX Chassis local 8 PSU 450 W to 600 W local 9 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 10 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 11 OS 2K3 /2K8 or RHEL,Linux Suppport local 12 MONITOR 18.5 to 19" LCD/LED with tco-05 Certified Import 13 I/O Parallel,Serial,USB Port 14 Expension Slot 3 TO 5 PCI/PCI Express SIS Workhorse SWH118 1 CPU E3-1200 Series Processor Intel local 2 MBD C20x Series Chipset any local 3 RAM 2*2 or 4*2 GB DDR 3 ECC upgradable to 32 GB any local 4 HDD 2 to 4*146/300 GB SAS or any SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD R/W any Import 6 Raid Controller Raid 0 & 1 Support any local 7 CHASSIS ATX Chassis local 8 PSU 450 W to 600 W local 9 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 10 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 11 OS 2K3 /2K8 or RHEL,Linux Suppport local 12 MONITOR 18.5 to 19" LCD/LED with tco-05 Certified Import 13 I/O Parallel,Serial,USB Port local 14 Expension Slot 3 TO 5 PCI/PCI Express local Workhorse SWH217 1 CPU Opteron 4000 Series Chipset AMD local 2 MBD AMD SR5670 or 5100 Chipset any local 3 RAM 2*2 or 4*2 GB DDR 3 ECC upgradable to 32 GB any local 4 HDD 2 to 4*146/300 GB SAS or any SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD R/W any Import 6 Raid Controller Raid 0 & 1 Support any local 7 CHASSIS ATX Chassis local 8 PSU 450 W to 600 W local
  25. 25. Page 25 9 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 10 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 11 OS 2K3 /2K8 or RHEL,Linux Suppport local 12 MONITOR 18.5 to 19" LCD/LED with tco-05 Certified Import 13 I/O Parallel,Serial,USB Port 14 Expension Slot 3 TO 5 PCI/PCI Express Preliminary Bill of Material Mid Range Servers Workhorse SWH327 Dual Processor Support Sr.No. Item Model Make Remark 1 CPU 55/5600 Series & E-5 Series Processor Intel local 2 MBD Intel 5500/5520 & C 602 Chipset any local 3 RAM 2*2 or 4*2 GB DDR 3 ECC upgradable to 192 GB any local 4 HDD 2 to 8*146/300/450/600 GB SAS or any SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD R/W any Import 6 Raid Controller Raid 0,1,10,5 Support any local 7 CHASSIS 2U to 5U and Pedastal Chassis local 8 PSU Redudant Power Supply n+1 local 9 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 10 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 11 OS 2K3 /2K8 or RHEL,Linux Suppport local 12 MONITOR 18.5 to 19" LCD/LED with tco-05 Certified Import 13 I/O Parallel,Serial,USB Port local 14 Expension Slot 3 TO 5 PCI/PCI Express local 15 Raid Card Raid Card with Battery Backup Unit (Optional) any local Workhorse SWH428 Dual Processor Support 1 CPU Opteron 6000 & 8000 Series Processor AMD local 2 MBD AMD SR5670 or 5100 Series Chipset any local 3 RAM 2*2 or 4*2 GB DDR 3 ECC upgradable to 192 GB any local 4 HDD 2 to 8*146/300/450/600 GB SAS or any SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD R/W any Import 6 Raid Controller Raid 0,1,10,5 Support any local 7 CHASSIS 2U to 5U and Pedastal Chassis local 8 PSU Redudant Power Supply n+1 local 9 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 10 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 11 OS 2K3 /2K8 or RHEL,Linux Suppport local 12 MONITOR 18.5 to 19" LCD/LED with tco-05 Certified Import 13 I/O Parallel,Serial,USB Port local 14 Expension Slot 3 TO 5 PCI/PCI Express local 15 Raid Card Raid Card with Battery Backup Unit any local
  26. 26. Page 26 (Optional) Preliminary Bill of Material High end Servers Workhorse SWH547 Quad processor Support Sr.No. Item Model Make Remark 1 CPU E-7 or 7500 series Chipset Intel local 2 MBD Intel 7500 Series Chipset any local 3 RAM 2*2 or 4*2 GB DDR 3 ECC upgradable to 192 GB any local 4 HDD 2 to 8*146/300/450/600 GB SAS or any SATA any local 5 ODD 22x DVD R/W any Import 6 Raid Controller Raid 0,1,10,5 Support any local 7 CHASSIS 4U & 5U Rack Mountable local 8 PSU Redudant Power Supply n+1 local 9 KBD Membrane/Mech./MM PS/2,USB Import 10 MOUSE PS/2, USB Import 11 OS 2K3 /2K8 or RHEL,Linux Suppport local 12 MONITOR 18.5 to 19" LCD/LED with tco-05 Certified Import 13 I/O Parallel,Serial,USB Port local 14 Expension Slot 3 TO 5 PCI/PCI Express local 15 Raid Card Raid Card with Battery Backup Unit (Optional) any local Phase wise demand of Power For manufacturing around 1,00,000 tablet PC per month, we might require 250-300KVA connection depending on the machinery we are going to use. If we add the manufacturing capability of PCs and server we will approximately need around 450-500 KVA power. Other subsidiary requirements and ancillary facilities We will be utilizing our manufacturing capabilities at Parwanoo and the storage facility at Ahmedabad. Capital Costing The capital cost will be around INR 27.5 crores. Building equipped with smart equipments and layout will cost around 20 crores and rest will be for the machinery.
  27. 27. Page 27 Manpower Planning This project will generate employment to the tune of 1,500 full-time employees (FTEs) directly, of which 1,000 FTEs will be employed at the manufacturing plant and 500 FTEs will be involved in marketing, sales and distribution. Another 1000 people will be employed indirectly. Cost of project –and means of finance Cost of project will be around INR 27.5 crores in totality that will include importing technology. The means of finance will be as given below: 1) Internal accruals- 15% 2) Syndicated loan- 40% 3) Equity participation including private placement- 30% 4) Asset finance- 15% Layout of Factory / plant We plan to acquire 30,000 m2 of land. Layout for the initial phase isgiven below.
  28. 28. Page 28 Market/Export We plan to focus on the global markets and to generate 30% of our revenue from exports. Our key focus regions will be Eastern Europe, middle-east, Africa and Asia (especially South and central Asia). We also plan to actively promote our tablets in the European and North and South American countries focusing on the education industry, which is one of the key adopters of tablets for imparting and receiving education. Year-wise sale, expense, foreign exchange out flow and inflow (In INR crores unless specified) 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Tablet Sales 177 212 255 305 367 Plant Layout for PC/Tablet Assembly) Office Area (5,000sq. Ft.) Final Assembly Area (30,000sq. Ft.) Raw Material Store (30,000 sq. ft.) Finished Goods Store (5,000sq. Ft.) SMT Assembly Area Thru-Hole Assembly Area PCB Assembly Area Assembly Line Assembly Line Assembly Line Assembly Line PackingArea Material Preparati on Area
  29. 29. Page 29 PC Sales 1,250 1,350 1,458 1,575 1,701 Server Sales 343 377 415 456 502 Total Expected Sales 1,770 1,939 2,127 2,336 2,569 Raw materials 933 1,017 1,108 1,209 1,321 Direct costs (direct labour, electricity water and depreciation of plants and machinery) 88 97 106 117 128 Indirect cost ( sales and general administration cost, interest) 88 97 106 117 128 Import tax on sales in India (14.7%) 91 100 109 120 132 30% exports as % of sales (Regions identified Eastern Europe, middle-east, Africa and Asia (especially South and central Asia) 531 582 638 701 771 Imports of raw materials (Around 50%) 466 508 554 605 660 Net foreign exchange generation 64 73 84 96 110 Net foreign exchange generation (in terms of Million $)(Average 1$= INR 55) 10.2 13 15 17 20

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