VLSI Internship: The Key to Your Dream Job

A VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) internship is a short-term training program or work experience in the field of VLSI design and semiconductor industry. VLSI is a specialized area of electronics engineering that deals with designing and fabricating integrated circuits (ICs) by combining thousands to billions of transistors on a single chip. These ICs are the building blocks of modern electronic devices, ranging from microprocessors to memory chips and more. VLSI internships typically offer students or recent graduates the opportunity to work on real-world VLSI projects under the guidance of experienced professionals.

Will China flood global markets with legacy chips?

Beijing's decision to invest billions in factories producing legacy chips has raised fresh fears about China's influence and market dominance. These chips, manufactured with 28-nm equipment or above, are still vital for multiple sectors worldwide. The concern is that Chinese companies might flood global markets with these legacy chips, undermining foreign competitors and creating dependencies on China for essential technology components.

Lam Research & IISc to Train 60,000 Semiconductor Engineers in India

Lam Research, in a groundbreaking collaboration with IISc Bengaluru, has initiated a pilot program to train semiconductor fabrication engineers in India. The program's focus areas include virtual metrology, physical design learning, and process flow development, with the first batch of 30 engineers set to begin training at IISc's Center for Nano Science Engineering (CeNSE). This strategic partnership comes as part of Lam Research's ambitious plan to train 60,000 semiconductor engineers in India over the next decade, leveraging their advanced Semiverse platform.

A day in the life of VLSI device engineer

In the fast-paced realm of VLSI chip development, device engineers are at the forefront of innovation, tackling a wide array of complex challenges every day. Through this insightful narrative, we embark on a journey with a dedicated device engineer at a leading VLSI company, gaining a firsthand perspective on the intricacies of their work and problem-solving strategies.

Hiranandani’s Rs 2500 crore semiconductor plant in UP

The Hiranandani Group, widely recognized for its expertise in real estate, has set its sights on a new frontier – the semiconductor industry. With the establishment of Tarq Semiconductors, the group's subsidiary, the company is poised to introduce cutting-edge technologies to India. The ambitious project involves the development of an assembly, testing, marking, and packaging (ATMP) unit, along with a compound semiconductor fab plant in Uttar Pradesh.

The Sharma Family’s Semiconductor Odyssey

In the bustling streets of India, amidst the vibrant colors and rich cultural heritage, lies a story waiting to be unveiled—the tale of the Sharma family and their encounter with the unseen heroes of modern technology: semiconductors. Little did they know that their daily routines were seamlessly intertwined with the wonders of these tiny yet powerful components.

Foxconn’s 1,600 Cr Investment to Create 6,000 Jobs in Tamil Nadu

Taiwan-based Hon Hai Technology Group, popularly known as Foxconn, has pledged a significant investment of Rs 1,600 crore to set up a state-of-the-art mobile components manufacturing facility in Tamil Nadu's Kancheepuram district. This strategic move not only reinforces Tamil Nadu's stature as a top choice for manufacturing in India but also marks a major milestone in the state's quest to become a $1 trillion economy, as envisioned by Chief Minister MK Stalin. The proposed facility is expected to generate around 6,000 job opportunities, providing a significant boost to the state's economy and cementing its position as a key player in the global electronics export market.

Arm flexible access for DLI startups

Discover a groundbreaking collaboration between the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) and Arm, the world's leading semiconductor IP company, that aims to revolutionize India's semiconductor startup ecosystem. The partnership broadens support under the Design Linked Incentive Scheme (DLI), providing startups with access to the Arm Flexible Access for Startups program. This innovative initiative offers startups a $0 license fee access to cutting-edge Arm IP, tools, and training, empowering them to experiment, innovate, and design with confidence.