Sumedha IT was one of the sponsors of the exclusive 36th International VLSI Design & Embedded Systems conference, 2023.
Highlights of the event were the industry forums where all major industry stakeholders (CEOs and other high-ranking professionals) came together to discuss the future of the Semiconductor industry. Scholars presented their research papers and various publication houses, eminent industry experts guided their innovation.
Over 2000 engineers, students & faculty, industry, academia, researchers, bureaucrats, and government bodies attended the conference.
Sumedha IT launched its flagship program called Symbiotech at this international conference. The team received an applauding response for its initiative to retain the talent of ECE and EEE in their core fields.
Sumedha IT is now a member of IESA (Indian Electronics and Semiconductor Association) which is a premier Industry Body representing the Electronics System Design & Manufacturing (ESDM) & Intelligent Electronics industry in India.
IESA is a trusted knowledge source and aims to grow the ESDM & electronics business segment in India and holds a policy advisory role in regard to both Central and State governments.
Becomimed organization brings Sumedha a step closer to its goal of revamping the Semiconductor industry and making it more sustainable.
Symbiotech Establishes Semiconductor innovation cells in the academia by providing 24X7 AWS cloud access for VLSI industry standard tools with active Industry Mentors.
In the Semiconductor Industry, the tools are expensive and are not easily accessible to Academia. To solve this problem, experts at SumedhaIT worked together to address the Academic-Industry pain point. This Symbiotic program provides a custom-made – Industry aligned Curriculum which is equipped with hands-on Real Time Industry projects.
Our mission is to collaborate with Engineering Colleges in various states of India and equip electronic students with VLSI job-ready skills!
Sumedha IT has yet again proved its mettle in providing excellent placement opportunities for its students. In the year 2022, Sumedha IT achieved more than 2000 placements across India in various core companies such as Intel, Wipro, Capgemini, AMD, and over 80 companies in the VLSI domain. With an average package of 4 LPA, Sumedha IT’s students have proved they are worth in the industry. This success is a testament to Sumedha IT’s commitment to consistently setting new standards in the technical education industry.
- What is the future of the VLSI Industry in India? (2023 Roadmap)
India’s contribution to global electronics production would increase from its present 3.5% to roughly 10% in the next 4-5 years. With end-to-end ownership, companies like Qualcomm produce over 10+ chips annually.
The government of India is investing 76,000 crores (>10 billion USD) in the semiconductor industry via schemes like the design-linked initiative (DLI) scheme to encourage domestic and international investment in design, software, IP rights, and MSMEs. Major development can be anticipated in Integrated Circuits (ICs), Chipsets, Systems on Chips (SoCs), Systems & IP Cores, and semiconductor-linked design(s) over the next 5 years.
- The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has partnered with Samsung Semiconductor India Research (SSIR) a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, to promote research and development (R&D) in the field of on-chip Electrostatic Discharge (ESD).
This is a breakthrough for research enthusiasts and innovators in the field of semiconductors in India. Opportunities for employment and innovation in the semiconductor industry are thus likely to multiply. With the development of research facilities in the country and an increase in funding for VLSI research, Foreign Direct Investment will increase.
Chip maker MediaTek unveiled the latest MediaTek Helio G36 processor to power the upcoming gaming smartphones in India. The chipsets has been created using the highly power-efficient TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) 12nm chip production process.
TSMC on its part recently announced the launch of its program “TSMC university FinFET” aimed at developing future IC design talent for the industry. This comes as a winning streak for Indian engineers looking to pursue research projects leading to silicon chips.