MUMBAI, India & TOKYO & AYUTTHAYA, Thailand, March 01, 2024--CG Power and Industrial Solutions Limited, Renesas and Stars Microelectronics announced the approval of their joint venture OSAT facility in India.
TOKYO, February 29, 2024--Renesas expanded its popular RZ Family of MPUs with a new device targeting high-performance robotics applications.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India gave the go-ahead to construction of three semiconductor plants worth 1.26 trillion rupees ($15.2 billion) by firms including Tata Group and CG Power on Thursday, as the country pursues its goal of becoming an electronics powerhouse. India, which is seeking to rival countries such as Taiwan in chipmaking, expects its semiconductor market to be worth $63 billion by 2026, but does not yet have a chipmaking facility. Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to make India a chipmaker for the world as his government tries to overcome setbacks faced in its bid to offer $10 billion in incentives to the industry.