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India’s Silent Semiconductor Revolution

In an era increasingly defined by technological reliance, semiconductors stand as the bedrock of modern society. These minuscule chips power our electronic devices, communication systems, and even vital tools in sectors like agriculture, healthcare, and transportation. Recognizing the immense socio-economic potential and strategic significance of this silent technological revolution, India is spearheading the development of […]

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India is set for a big semiconductor boost as it races to catch up in chipmaking.

India is poised to significantly bolster its semiconductor industry, as the government ramps up efforts to compensate for lost time in chip manufacturing. According to a report by ToI on April 29, the Indian government is actively pursuing a substantial new stimulus package, supplementing the Rs 76,000-crore incentives previously disbursed. Launched in December 2021, the

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Taiwan keen to help India become leader in chip space, says Jason Ho

Jason Ho, the Deputy Minister of Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs, emphasized Taiwan’s eagerness to collaborate with India in bolstering its position in the semiconductor industry. Ho underscored the significance of cooperation between the two nations as a means to enhance India’s capabilities in chip manufacturing, a sector crucial for powering a wide array of

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Semiconductor associations sign MoU to link Indian and global players.

Semiconductor associations have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at linking Indian industry players with their global counterparts. The India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) and SEMI signed the MoU in Bengaluru, witnessed by over 200 IESA members. This collaboration intends to facilitate connections between Indian semiconductor stakeholders and the global manufacturing and design

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India will be among the top five global leaders in semiconductor manufacturing by 2030.

Ashwini Vaishnaw, India’s Minister for Railways, Telecommunication, Electronics, and Information Technology, has asserted that India is poised to become one of the top five global leaders in semiconductor manufacturing by 2030. Vaishnaw highlighted that the construction of four semiconductor units has commenced at an unprecedented pace. He emphasized that India’s semiconductor program aims to establish

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India is set to emerge as the leading semiconductor producer by 2028.

India is poised to enter the league of top semiconductor producers by 2028, backed by a substantial fivefold surge in investment to 7.5 lakh crore, as declared by Ashwini Vaishnaw, the Minister for Electronics and IT, Communications, and Railways.           The focal point will be the execution of India’s inaugural semiconductor fab project led by

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The Tata Group is in search of a Taiwanese partner for its semiconductor plant in Dholera.

The Tata Group is seeking a Taiwanese partner, potentially from either Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (PSMC) or UMC Group, for its proposed semiconductor fabrication plant in Dholera, Gujarat. According to sources familiar with the matter, Tata aims to produce 65 nm chips initially, followed by advancements to 48 nm and eventually 28 nm, catering to

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APPLIED MATERIALS COLLABORATION WITH INDIAN SEMICONDUCTOR FIRMS

Applied Materials, a chip equipment supplier based in the United States, is expanding its collaboration with semiconductor organizations in India to expedite the commercialization process, as stated by a senior executive. Suraj Rengarajan, the managing director of Applied Materials India, mentioned that the company aims to work closely with semiconductor suppliers to reduce the time

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A CHINESE COMPANY MADE A NUCLEAR BATTERY THAT LASTS UP TO 50 YEARS WITHOUT CHARGING…

Betavolt’s innovative approach involves utilizing electrons emitted by a radioactive material known as nickel-63 (Ni-63) to generate electricity. The company’s scientists have fashioned a special diamond semiconductor, a mere 10 microns thick, or one-fifth the size of an average human hair. Placing a two-micron sheet of Ni-63 between two of these diamond semiconductors produces power.

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Sam Altman is reportedly shifting his focus from the generative artificial intelligence (AI) realm to the semiconductor industry

The CEO of OpenAI is said to be in discussions with various investors, including those from the United Arab Emirates, with the goal of raising a substantial amount, possibly close to $7 trillion, to enhance the production of AI-specific chips globally. According to a Wall Street Journal report, Altman aims to overcome potential obstacles to

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