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Old April 2nd, 2019, 05:59 PM   #41
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iPhone 7 now being made in India



Apple has started manufacturing the iPhone 7 model in India,in addition to iPhone SE and iPhone 6s, thus widening its 'Made in India' portfolio and signalling its intention of developing the country as a manufacturing hub.

“We are proud to be producing iPhone 7 in Bengaluru for our local customers, furthering
our long-term commitment in India,” said Apple in an e-mail to ET exclusively.
Taiwanese contract manufacturer Wistron, which makes iPhone SE and 6s models out of
its plant on the outskirts of Bengaluru, has been making the iPhone 7 devices in India
since the beginning of March.
People familiar with the matter said that a price drop for the iPhone 7 is unlikely with
analysts saying the company will invest the margins made from these devices into a more aggressive sales and marketing play.

The cost of making iPhone 7 devices in India is cheaper than importing them due to the duty concessions any handset maker gets on local manufacturing, a move aimed at boosting the government’s Make in India initiative.

Apple’s latest move comes after Wistron recently received the government’s approval for its Rs5,000-crore proposal to expand its manufacturing capabilities with the aim of locally producing high-end Apple devices.

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Trial production of iPhone X range set to start in Chennai: Report

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Production in India would help Apple to avoid import duties of 20%
It will also help Apple meet the 30% local sourcing rule that would allow it to open its own stores in the country

Foxconn Technology Group is within weeks of starting trial production of the latest iPhones in India as Apple Inc. seeks to revive its fortunes in the country, people familiar with the matter said.

The trial run of the iPhone X range of devices would come before Foxconn starts full-scale assembly at its factory outside the southern city of Chennai, the people said, asking not to be identified as the plans are private. Wistron Corp. already produces older models, such as the iPhone 6s, iPhone SE and iPhone 7, at a plant in Bangalore.

Apple has become a minor player in India with about 1 percent of the country’s shipments as its higher prices deter customers in the world’s fastest growing major market. Production in India would help the Cupertino, California-based company avoid import duties of 20 percent and also meet the 30 percent local sourcing rule that would allow it to open its own stores in the country.

“Seen from Cupertino the India market looks minuscule so Apple’s strategy has been myopic," said Neil Shah, research director at Counterpoint Research. “They haven’t capitalized on the ground potential - India will cross half-billion smartphone users this year."

As Apple’s market share declines in China and the U.S.-China trade war heats up, the U.S. company needs to diversify into India. “Apple no longer wants to keep all its eggs in one basket," said Shah.

Indians bought more than 140 million smartphones last year, with just 1.7 million sold by Apple, as consumers favored cheaper models from China. On Xiaomi Corp.’s Indian website, the Redmi Note 7 has a price of ₹9,999 ($143), which is a 10th the price of Apple’s iPhone Xs in the country.


In the first two months of 2019, Apple shipped about 150,000 devices in India and is likely to see about a 50 percent drop in the March quarter from the year earlier, according to Shah.

A spokeswoman for Apple didn’t respond to emailed questions about India production. Foxconn didn’t immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

The Indian assembly line of Foxconn’s Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. would serve local and export markets by the time Apple announces its next iPhone models in September, the people familiar said. The Taiwanese contract manufacturer, the biggest maker of iPhones, will initially invest about $300 million to set up for Apple with investments to ramp up as capacity expands, they said.

Foxconn has two assembly sites in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, where it makes devices for Xiaomi and Nokia. Locating more production in India would also help diversify Apple and Foxconn’s manufacturing footprint away from China amid ongoing trade tensions with the U.S.
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Old April 23rd, 2019, 01:08 AM   #43
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AJIT, a ‘Made in India’ Microprocessor

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Researchers at IIT Bombay develop the country’s first indigenously designed and fabricated microprocessor. Engineers from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) have developed a new microprocessor called AJIT—the first ever microprocessor to be conceptualised, designed, developed and manufactured in India. This innovation could not only reduce the country’s imports but also make India self-reliant in electronics.

India’s electronics market is in its biggest boom ever. Fuelled by the demand for electronic devices, it is expected to reach a whopping $400 billion by 2020. Most of the electronic devices we use are imported; only a quarter of the devices are produced in the country. According to statistics, electronic goods in India account for more than 10% of total imports, second only to petroleum products! One electronic equipment that is almost always imported is the microprocessor—the ‘brain’ of an electronic device.

A microprocessor is an integrated circuit (IC) that contains a few millions of transistors (semiconductor-based electronic devices) fused on a semiconductor chip. It is just a few millimetres in dimension and is used in almost every electronic device—from the microwave and washing machine in homes to advanced supercomputers of a space station. However, developing and manufacturing a microprocessor is not easy—it is expensive, risky and needs much skill. Hence, only a handful of companies across the world have been able to manufacture and sell microprocessors successfully.

The project was funded by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and IIT Bombay. Powai Labs, a Mumbai-based company, has also invested in the venture and will own, market and support the product.

AJIT is a medium-sized processor. It can be used inside a set-top box, as a control panel for automation systems, in a traffic light controller or even robotic systems. What’s more, the researchers expect that AJIT will cost as less as ₹100 when it is produced en-masse. AJIT has been manufactured in the government-owned Semiconductor Laboratory (SCL), Chandigarh, with a technology that offers the smallest building block of the size 180 nanometers. The researchers also plan to commercially manufacture the processor using more advanced techniques that provide the smallest building block of size 65 nm or 45 nm, which is the current state of the art.

To enable early testing, we created a computer-based model of the processor that could simulate the functionality of the processor in detail. This made testing the processor possible, much before it was fabricated. Prof Desai and his team of students---C. Arun, M. Sharath, Neha Karanjkar, Piyush Soni, Titto Anbadan, Ashfaque Ahmed, Aswin Jith, Ch. Kalyani, Nanditha Rao---used a tool set called AHIR-V2, that can convert an algorithm to hardware and which was developed completely at IIT Bombay to design the microprocessor circuit.

The usage of this new microprocessor by introducing it as a part of the syllabus in engineering colleges and a well-designed single-board computer system could be made available at a low cost for students and other enthusiasts to experiment with.
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Looks like there is momemtum being built up in India on the chip side of business. We have the 4G/5G LTE phone chip (Zoho funded), open RISC based processor at IIT-M, now commodity microprocessor for appliances and much more. Next frontier is memory chips and networking chips. Global companies like Intel, AMD, Qualcomm, TexasInstruments/National Semiconductors have thousands of Indian origin engineers and their expertize can be leveraged over time. We don't need to be at the bleeding edge, somewhere in the middle of gaussian curve is good enough for now since it makes the bulk of revenues.
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Old May 17th, 2019, 04:32 AM   #44
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Motorola eyes India as export hub on escalating US-China trade war

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  • India will act as an alternate base of production for smartphones as it has cost structures similar to China, company official said
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Mobile handset maker Motorola Mobility LLC aims to make India its export hub for Latin America and Asia Pacific markets, a top company official told Mint.

“We have invested in our systems to become export ready. From India, we can export to the rest of the world," Prashanth Mani, Managing Director Motorola Mobility India, told Mint in an interview. “This is being done to bring supply chain and cost efficiencies, which would drive our profits. India will act as an alternate base of production for smartphones as it has cost structures similar to China."

The company has a manufacturing plant in Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu that was set up about three years ago and currently manufactures phones for the Indian market.

Once a popular player in the affordable and mid-price segment in the country, Motorola’s market share in India has steadily declined due to stiff competition from Chinese smartphone makers. In 2018 Motorola’s India's smartphone shipments declined 70% year-on-year (YoY) basis. Motorola's market share dropped from 6th spot in 2017 to 12th in the domestic market in 2018 according to Counterpoint research a global industry analysis firm headquartered in Hong Kong.

The shift in production base by Motorola Mobility, owned by China’s Lenovo group, assumes significance in the backdrop of the White House raising tariffs on more goods imported from China, which is expected to make Chinese goods more expensive for US consumers, hitting their competitive edge.

On Friday, US President Donald Trump hiked import tariffs on $200 billion worth of goods imported from China to 25% from 10%. The move came after talks between Robert Lighthizer, US trade representative, and Liu He, Chinese vice premier, failed to come through on Thursday. On Monday, China vowed to retaliate by raising its own tariffs, escalating the trade war.

“Presently most of the exports to the US market go from plants in China, while some of Latin American countries, including Brazil, have their own manufacturing units, similar to India. But many countries still import from China," Mani said.

The prolonged trade conflict between Washington and Beijing has hit several smartphone manufacturers, including Apple, the world’s third largest smartphone maker, which saw its shares fall nearly 6% on Monday following reports of renewed escalation in the US-China trade war.
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Old May 27th, 2019, 11:25 PM   #45
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Prodapt Innovation Lab Launched at IIT Madras Research Park to Accelerate Telecom Research and Innovation

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Prodapt announced the opening of its R&D innovation lab at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras Research Park at Chennai, India. The research park facilitates a collaborative relationship between corporate research labs and IIT Madras, connecting industry with academia and acts as a catalyst for industrial grade R&D and innovation.

Prodapt's R&D Labs will leverage this facility to create intellectual property (IP) and software products focused on the telecom industry, in the areas of Network Virtualization, SDN-NFV, 5G, AI/ML etc. By partnering with IIT Madras, Prodapt will access IIT Madras faculty, students and research programs and work together to solve complex business and technology challenges faced by digital service providers globally. More than 100 Prodapt engineers and telecom experts will be part of this innovation program to build IP-led products. Prodapt aims to achieve 25% of its revenue from IP-led assets by 2021.

Speaking on this occasion, Vedant Jhaver, the CEO of Prodapt stated, "This is an important milestone for Prodapt. As an organization, we're committed to providing innovative products and solutions to telecom operators and digital service providers. Our collaboration with IITM will enable us to leverage their state-of-the-art technology infrastructure and world-class faculty to significantly propel our innovation agenda."

"We're excited to have Prodapt as part of the IITM Research Park to help develop IP-led products," said Rajendra Mootha, Chief Operating Officer of IIT Madras Research Park. "This will help students gain crucial industry knowledge from Prodapt SMEs and work on some of the live projects to address the critical challenges faced by the industry."
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Old June 10th, 2019, 05:00 AM   #46
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Lenovo India bags order from Tamil Nadu for 1.5 mn laptops

This entire order is expected to be completed over the next few months, Lenovo India Director (Commercial Named Account Business) Stephen Sequeira said.


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Old June 11th, 2019, 05:35 AM   #47
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Lenovo looks to diversify India portfolio

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Lenovo India will launch a smartphone-sized tablet under Rs 10,000 apiece from the next quarter, the top country executive of the Chinese personal computer and cellphone maker said. It already has tie ups with ride hailing firm Ola and educational technology company Byju’s to drive sales in the segment.

The company is also looking to diversify its portfolio to include personal devices, smart cameras and enterprise Internet-of-Things solutions this year as demand for PCs stagnates in the country, CEO Rahul Agarwal told ET.

“Within the privacy laws, by interacting with customers we will get more data (with these personal devices)…This is where we want to get into building on our strengths. We have the data, and with the computing power and algorithms, we are best suited to come up with solutions,” said Agarwal.

The PC market fell 8.3% year-on-year, with shipments down to 2.15 million units, in the January-March quarter, according to industry tracker IDC.
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Old June 15th, 2019, 06:22 AM   #48
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Oppo to make India second largest global manufacturing base

Chinese handset maker Oppo said that its Indian manufacturing units will serve as its second largest global manufacturing base after China to cater needs of markets in South Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

The company is currently helping set up an Electronic Manufacturing Cluster (EMC) in Greater Noida along with six other companies to make electronics and support accessories with a total investment of Rs 3,500 crores spread over a period over 5 years.

The project is expected to be completed by 2019-end, and will help Oppo bolster its manufacturing capabilities for domestic and export needs.

“The EMC will not just make for India but for exports as well… we are talking to our global component partners to set up operations in India…the component ecosystem is critical,” Will Yang, CMO, South Asia at Oppo, told ET.


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Oppo already makes its handsets through Greater Noida facility, which has a current capacity of 50 million products, and houses over 3000 employees.

Oppo, which bets majorly on the Rs 20,000-30,000 range, was the fourth-largest smartphone company in India with a 7.6% market share in January-March, according to International Data Corp.

The company is also looking to increase its investments in its local research and development (R&D) center, which was set up as part of Oppo’s global R&D strategy, in which it is investing $1.4 billion to work on 5G, artificial intelligence and internet of things.

“Technology and R&D are the main focus areas for global and for the Indian operations. $1.4 billion was the global R&D investment plan and the way Indian R&D is performing, the budget will keep increasing,” Oppo Mobile India Vice-President Tasleem Arif, told ET.

Oppo had previously said that it plans to hire over 500 engineers to make the facility largest out China in the coming three years.

Arif said that the manpower expansion is already taking place at the Hyderabad R&D center.

“We are growing teams 3 times because growth is coming…we are building a network, system and camera teams. We are trying to get the right people on board who can help us come up with new solutions for Indian consumers,” he added.

Oppo’s local R&D center, which was started operations in December last year, has already started helping its operations across the globe. For instance, the recently launched 5G variant of Reno smartphone was jointly developed by the Hyderabad and Chinese R&D teams.

“We are now working closely with Indian telcos on 5G technology…we have been working hard on 5G. All our efforts are in that direction only,” Arif said.

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Old June 24th, 2019, 09:00 PM   #49
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Foxconn emerges top smartphone EMS in India: Report

Led the EMS manufacturing in India with a 63 per cent share

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Foxconn, a Taiwanese electronics contract manufacturing company, emerged as the number one smartphone Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) company in India during 2018, according to a report by Counterpoint.

Foxconn led the EMS manufacturing in India with a 63 per cent share. Xiaomi and Nokia were its primary partners in 2018. HiPad, with a 12 per cent stake, ranked second among EMS companies, driven by Realme and Xiaomi, the study said.

Huawei-Honor dual brand led Flextronics to third place with a seven per cent share. Xiaomi, Realme, Huawei, Honor and Nokia were the biggest Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEMs) partners for EMS players.

Certain key brands such as Samsung, Vivo and Oppo were assembling in-house, it said.

The top three EMS companies manufactured 82 per cent of the total Indian smartphone shipments in 2018. Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are now partnering with multiple EMS players to expand their production in India, which was not the case earlier.

This will help OEMs to produce mass volumes and reduce costs as most of them play on thin margins, the study added.

At present, more than 100 smartphone EMS players manufacture in India, pushed by the ‘Make in India’ initiative, a flagship campaign by Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government. However, very few have the scale to serve big players.

The leading EMS players are transitioning from Semi Knocked Down (SKD) to Completely Knocked Down (CKD) to save on import duties and increase localisation. The escalating China-US trade war is also pushing Chinese manufacturers to relocate some of the production to countries outside China, the study said.
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Old July 3rd, 2019, 02:56 PM   #50
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India's First CPUs Are Ready for App Development

- Source: IIT Madras' Shakti Processor via Twitter



Shakti chip board. (Credit: IIT Madras)

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The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has released the software development kit (SDK) for its open-source Shakti processor. Shakti is based on the open-source RISC-V instruction set architecture and was funded by the Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. The institute promised that a development board will also be released soon.

The RISE group at IIT Madras started working on the Shakti project in 2016 with a plan to release a family of six classes of processors, each serving a different market. The group promised that the reference processors will be competitive with commercial offerings in terms of area, performance and power consumption.

Now India, like China and the European Union, are showing interest in designing their own processors, rather than relying on ones designed by U.S. manufacturers.

With the release of the Shakti SDK, developers can begin to develop applications for the Shakti processors, even before they're commercialized.

E Class

The E class is a 3-stage in-order processor targeted at embedded devices such as Internet of Things (IoT) devices, robotic platforms, motor controls, et cetera.

C Class

This is a 32-bit 5 stage in-order microcontroller-class of processors supporting 0.2-1 GHz clock speeds. It's aimed at mid-range application workloads and has a very low power profile, plus support for optional memory protection.

I Class

The I class 64-bit out-of-order processors support 1.5-2.5 GHz clock speeds and support for multi-threading. It targets mobile, storage and networking applications.

M Class

The M stands for multi-core here, as the M class processors support up to eight CPU cores, which can also be I and C class cores.

S Class

The S class of Shakti processors is aimed at workstation and server-type workloads. It’s an enhanced version of the I class processor that features multi-threading support.

H Class

These are processors for the high-performance computing and analytics workloads. Their primary features include a high single-thread performance, optional L4 cache, as well as support for Gen-Z fabric and storage-class memory.

Experimental Designs

The RISE group is also working on two new experimental classes of processors. The first is the T class, which should support object-level security and coarse grain tags for micro-VM-like functionality to mitigate software attacks like buffer-overflow.

The second is the F class, which can be thought of as an upgrade over the T class with additional support for redundant compute blocks and bus fabrics, ECC memory and functionality to detect permanent faults.
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Old July 3rd, 2019, 02:59 PM   #51
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Microchip Technology sets up new R&D centre in Chennai

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Chennai: Microchip Technology Inc has announced that it has set up a new research and development (R&D) centre in Chennai.

Spread over approximately 1 lakh square feet, the new centre is poised for further expansion and headcount growth, accommodating up to 1,200 employees, stated a release.

The new centre will focus on IC design, physical design, computer-aided design (CAD), application and software development. It will also catalyse the development of the local ecosystem for integrated circuit design and specialised embedded systems development, said the firm.

President and chief operating officer of Microchip Technology Inc, Ganesh Moorthy, said, “The new Chennai development centre underscores Microchip’s commitment to designing and developing differentiated embedded control solutions for our customers. Microchip’s continued investment in India provides opportunities for the country’s workforce of highly-qualified engineers while allowing us to better serve our growing customer base in the region.”
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IITM - Shakti processor - SDK Kit released

SDK Kit : https://gitlab.com/shaktiproject/software/shakti-sdk



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Apple begins exporting India-made iPhones to Europe: Report

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Apple has begun shipping iPhones made in India to European markets, according to a report in The Economic Times. Around 70-80 percent of capacity at its assembly facility in Bengaluru is being exported, sources told the paper.

Under 100,000 units of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 are being exported a month, the article quoted Neil Shah, Research Director at Counterpoint Research, as saying. “The exports have begun a few months ago to European markets,” Shah added.

Moneycontrol could not independently verify the story.

Wistron’s Bengaluru facility currently assembles the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7. The exports will give a push to the government’s Make in India initiative.

Media reports also suggest that contract manufacturer Foxconn might soon start assembling the newer iPhone X in India at a plant in Tami Nadu.

The trade war has caused Apple explore the option of shifting it production out of China, according to a report by Nikkei Asian Review.

Pushing manufacturing in India might help Apple avoid import duties, which would let it lower the price of devices. The company could also invest the savings in its retail chain. Manufacturing in India will also help Apple fulfil local sourcing norms, a criterion for opening its own store in India.

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Apple's India-made top-end iPhones to hit stores next month

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India-made iPhone XR and XS devices are expected to hit the market by August, the source said.
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