Indian semiconductor ecosystem: News, Updates & Discussions.

kharabela

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American manufacturing is back, folks," Biden said in a speech against the backdrop of the new factory draped with an American flag and a large banner reading " "A Future Made in America Phoenix, AZ."

 

SammyBoi

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Folks, What do you think of this article?
Incredibly short-sighted commentary by RRR, quite amusing to see the line of thought he has chosen to cling to, knowing fully well that his statements contradict universally followed policies and basic common sense.

What he wants the GoI to do, is akin to distributing freebies and money, instead of focusing on capacity-and-capability building. While we are pretty good in the chip-design and software part of things, it is critical that we get our chip manufacturing state in order soon. The article rightly points to the massive subsidies even the pinnacle of chip tech - the US, is providing, to stay ahead of its peers. Our plan is a smaller, but absolutely essential, start.

RRR thinks services are our strength, so we should double down on them, and abandon propping up our manufacturing sector? Its utter horsesh!t, and these vague arguments of his against the PLI and India's overall semiconductor push, is a continuation of the constant stream of banal baloney that has been escaping his black hole lately...... The article very rightly calls him out on his highly dubious views - we need to ensure that within this decade at least, we are firmly on track to become a major player in the ongoing global "chip wars".

As for RRR, maybe staying around Rahul Gandhi too much has reduced his IQ to below the room temperature of Ladakh....

Your views @Nilgiri, @randomradio, @_Anonymous_, @Gautam ?
 

kharabela

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When he say invest 10 billion in university , does he mean lack of manpower ... Because 84k number of trained man power is supposed to be created under the scheme and special courses to be introduced . And these two things , university vs semiconductor ecosystem is unrelated , dont know if its comment of a economist or a politician . Any way is nt he the same person behind that nyaya scheme , where 25 crore people were supposed to be given rs 72000 yearly .
 

_Anonymous_

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Incredibly short-sighted commentary by RRR, quite amusing to see the line of thought he has chosen to cling to, knowing fully well that his statements contradict universally followed policies and basic common sense.

What he wants the GoI to do, is akin to distributing freebies and money, instead of focusing on capacity-and-capability building. While we are pretty good in the chip-design and software part of things, it is critical that we get our chip manufacturing state in order soon. The article rightly points to the massive subsidies even the pinnacle of chip tech - the US, is providing, to stay ahead of its peers. Our plan is a smaller, but absolutely essential, start.

RRR thinks services are our strength, so we should double down on them, and abandon propping up our manufacturing sector? Its utter horsesh!t, and these vague arguments of his against the PLI and India's overall semiconductor push, is a continuation of the constant stream of banal baloney that has been escaping his black hole lately...... The article very rightly calls him out on his highly dubious views - we need to ensure that within this decade at least, we are firmly on track to become a major player in the ongoing global "chip wars".

As for RRR, maybe staying around Rahul Gandhi too much has reduced his IQ to below the room temperature of Ladakh....

Your views @Nilgiri, @randomradio, @_Anonymous_, @Gautam ?

When he say invest 10 billion in university , does he mean lack of manpower ... Because 84k number of trained man power is supposed to be created under the scheme and special courses to be introduced . And these two things , university vs semiconductor ecosystem is unrelated , dont know if its comment of a economist or a politician . Any way is nt he the same person behind that nyaya scheme , where 25 crore people were supposed to be given rs 72000 yearly .


 

jetray

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Incredibly short-sighted commentary by RRR, quite amusing to see the line of thought he has chosen to cling to, knowing fully well that his statements contradict universally followed policies and basic common sense.

What he wants the GoI to do, is akin to distributing freebies and money, instead of focusing on capacity-and-capability building. While we are pretty good in the chip-design and software part of things, it is critical that we get our chip manufacturing state in order soon. The article rightly points to the massive subsidies even the pinnacle of chip tech - the US, is providing, to stay ahead of its peers. Our plan is a smaller, but absolutely essential, start.

RRR thinks services are our strength, so we should double down on them, and abandon propping up our manufacturing sector? Its utter horsesh!t, and these vague arguments of his against the PLI and India's overall semiconductor push, is a continuation of the constant stream of banal baloney that has been escaping his black hole lately...... The article very rightly calls him out on his highly dubious views - we need to ensure that within this decade at least, we are firmly on track to become a major player in the ongoing global "chip wars".

As for RRR, maybe staying around Rahul Gandhi too much has reduced his IQ to below the room temperature of Ladakh....

Your views @Nilgiri, @randomradio, @_Anonymous_, @Gautam ?
There is one western analyst who said India should only focus on testing semi conductor products instead of trying to manufacture them.
Some local & foreign based desi dung heads are constantly pushing this narrative that India should focus only on producing more low level jobs like stitching undies & vests to increase employment.
 
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