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SemIndia Chips To Roll Out In A Year, Report Says

10/19/2006
With the first batch of chips from SemIndia Inc.'s fab in Hyderabad scheduled to come off the production line in less than a year, the facility has already procured an order worth about $400 million, according to a report by Cybermedia News.

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TI Veteran Sets Up Analog, Mixed-Signal Firm In India

10/19/2006
A new venture offering analog and mixed-signal design and layout services has been launched by Vivek Pawar, an industry veteran who was most recently at Texas Instruments India for 15 years. Christened Sankalp Semiconductor, the firm plans to provide methodology and automation-oriented high-end services and solutions in these areas.

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India To Auction 3G Spectrum

9/27/2006
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has recommended that spectrum for 3G services be auctioned, ending speculation that it may be given away free. The base price for regional licenses is $17 million maximum and lower for regions expecting less business.

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India Designates WiMax Frequencies

9/18/2006
India's Department of Telecom has short-listed four frequency bands to allocate spectrum for WiMax services. The frequencies include 2.5 to 2.69 GHz, 3.4 to 3.6 GHz, 2.3 to 2.4 GHz, and 700 MHz.

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Indian Researchers Unveil Processor Test Framework

9/8/2006
Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology in Chennai and Intel's validation and test solutions center in Austin have teamed up to unveil a unified framework for generating functional tests for processors at the recent VLSI Design and Test 2006 conference in Goa in western India.

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India Delaying 3G Rollout, Says Report

5/25/2006
India’s Dept. of Telecommunications (DoT) has asked the privately-owned wireless proposed data services based on EVDO (evolution data optimized) technology to delay rollout until the government comes out with its policy for third-generation (3G) services.

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Indian Team Of 500 Helped Intel Design Yonah

1/10/2006
Starting work in June 2004 about 500 technical staff based at Intel’s Bangalore office designed parts of Intel’s Centrino Duo processor, formerly known as Yonah. The processor is Intel’s dual-core processor designed for implementation in 65-nanometer manufacturing process.

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SemIndia Announces ATMP Plant In India

1/9/2006
India will have its first semiconductor assembly-test-mark-pack (ATMP) plant later this year, as the initial part of SemIndia’s plans to have a complete semiconductor manufacturing facility in India.

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Qualcore To Expand Indian Subsidiary

12/26/2005
QualCore Logic Inc.'s design center in India plans to add embedded software and driver development services to the organization. The Indian unit also said that it plans to increase staffing from 200 to 300 employees during the coming year.

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Wipro Buys Austrian Chip Design Company

12/19/2005
India's Wipro is set to acquire the privately-owned Austrian chip design services company NewLogic for about $56 million, the largest-ever acquisition by an Indian company in the semiconductor arena.

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Microsoft To Invest $1.7 Billion In India

12/7/2005
Speaking in New Delhi on Wednesday, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates said the company’s expansion in India would be limited only by the ability to hire engineering talent and put management structures in place.

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After Wipro, Infosys Now Gets Bomb Threat

3/15/2005
Less than a week after Wipro Technologies received a bomb threat which turned out to be a hoax, another Bangalore-based software firm, Infosys Technologies, received a bomb threat around midnight on Monday (March 14).

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