Calsoft Labs, a wholly owned subsidiary of Europe’s leading Engineering and Technology Consulting group—ALTEN, provides services like embedded product engineering, software development and industrial design to product and technology companies in select market segments. Its target markets include aerospace & defense, automotive, consumer electronics, cloud computing, networking, storage and enterprise software.
Analog Devices (ADI) offers signal processing and conditioning products. It caters to several markets including communication infrastructure, industrial, healthcare, automotive and consumer. ADI has close to $3-billion turnover and 60,000 customers worldwide.
Pericom Semiconductor enables serial connectivity with complete solutions for computing, communications and consumer market segments. With product range spanning from analogue, digital and mixed-signal integrated circuits, power management solutions to quartz-based frequency control products (FCP), Pericom supplies essential solutions for timing, switching, bridging and conditioning of high-speed signals.
Darshak Vasavada, CEO, Stamp Computers, spoke to Abhishek Mutha of EFY about technical challenges while designing a tablet, resistive versus capacitive screen, the latest trends and applications for tablets
Mr. R. K. Shenoy, Senior Vice President, Engineering Unit – Powertrain Electronics, BOSCH, recently spoke to Abhishek Mutha of EFY about the upcoming trends and challenges faced in designing electronic control units for automobiles
Brian Crutcher, Senior vice president and general manager, Analog, Texas Instruments Incorporated spoke to Dilin Anand and Ashwin Gopinath of EFY about the analog market and TI's recent acquisition of National Semiconductor.
How has National Instruments (NI) grown from an organisation run by three engineers to a company with 6,600 employees worldwide? What are the basic foundations that the founder of National Instruments laid that have enabled the organisation to grow into a billion dollar enterprise? Those were some of the questions that drove Rahul Chopra to talk to Dr James Truchard, founder, president and CEO of NI.
Somshubhro (Som) Pal Choudhury, managing director - India, Analog Devices, talks about the incremental versus fundamental change in research, a recent challenge faced while coming up with ADAS, and justifies why it's still an analogue world even though everything around us is digitised.
As part of our series titled 'Global Trade Opportunities' where we feature global brands who are eager to do business in India, Anurag Gaur from EFY spoke to Stephen Hire, general manager of Aeroflex Asia.
The Indian market is growing with middle-class population of nearly 400 million people and India's electronic equipment consumption has been estimated at around $110 billion in 2010, according to Vincent Chiang, general manager, Eris Technology Corporation.
ECS aims to move to middle-high end product segment by offering regular programmes and schemes in order to create more brand awareness in the enthusiastic market, according to Karen Chen, manager, Pan India Sales Department, Sales and Marketing Division.
Electronic design is facing two major challenges today: the ever-increasing silicon capacity and rapidly increasing system complexity. Martin Lund, senior vice president of R&D for the SoC Realization Group at Cadence Design Systems, recently spoke about how the company is helping meet these challenges.
GM Krishna, associate director, segment marketing, Avnet Electronics Marketing Asia, spoke about the marketing strategies of Avnet in India along with prospective areas for design houses in the country.
The Indian government is investing heavily in security surveillance due to the string of terrorist bombings and attacks all over India in the past few years, says Daniel Chung, sales manager of GeoVision, Inc.
TÜV Rheinland not only concentrates on producing a quality product but a very important criterion is that it shouldn't be unsafe to the people and the environment, according to Shanmuga Sundaram, country head of material testing laboratories.
As part of our series titled 'Global Trade Opportunities' where we feature global brands eager to do business in India, German Zhang, regional sales manager, TriQuint Semiconductor speaks about their business strategy in India and their plans going forward.
As part of our series titled 'Global Trade Opportunities' where we feature global brands eager to do business in India, Sirena Cheng, sales manager at AirLive spoke about their business strategy in India and their plans going forward.
Electronicsforu.com team caught up with Ashish Kumar Chawla (country HR director, STMicroelectronics India) who heads HR for ST India to understand how he and his team manage to recruit PhDs and freshers and also manage to succeed in retaining them.
Narayanan Bhattathiripad, senior vice president (emerging business), and Krishnakumar M., vice president (product engineering services delivery), spoke about the challenges in designing for the defence sector.
EFY team caught up with Kent Novak, Senior VP and GM, DLP Products, Texas Instruments, who talked about TI's DLP technology and how it's playing an enabling role in the growth of affordable and brighter Pico Projectors.
Dr Walden (Wally) C. Rhines, chairman and CEO, Mentor Graphics, and vice chairman of the EDA Consortium, USA, talks about the future prospects of the global semiconductor industry, the status of the global EDA industry, the advent of newer physical design capabilities, and what EDA now needs to do at handling 22nm and sub-22nm levels, and so on.
Soni Saran Singh, executive director, talks about the company's recent achievement in the Indian electronics industry, on the Indian government's M-SIPS and what needs to be done about the Indian semiconductor and solar PV industries.
The increase in OEM activity as well as the increase in outsourced hardware and system designs to India, have both led to a strong increase in demand for programmable logic devices in India, according to Sid Mohanty, general manager, Lattice India.
As part of our series titled 'Global Trade Opportunities' where we feature global brands who are eager to do business in India, Anurag Gaur from electronicsforu.com spoke to Luke Chou, regional marketing head of Kaimei Electronics Corp.
Indian manufacturers need to collaborate with international companies to acquire latest technologies to be at par with global trends, according to James Chen, vice president and general manager of solar business group, AUOptronics.
As part of our series titled 'Global Trade Opportunities' where we feature international firms that are looking forward to do business in India, William Chang, head of corporate marketing, Chroma ATE shares their business strategy in India.
As part of our series titled 'Global Trade Opportunities' where we feature international firms eager to do business in India, Giriprasad.G.V., country manager, Everlight Electronics speaks about their business strategy in India and way forward.
Steve Miller, technical marketing manager, physical modeling, MathWorks, explains how physical modeling capabilities enable automotive engineers to identify and fix problems early in design, rather than late in development when testing the final hardware.