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Tata Electronics begins limited quantities of chip export from Bengaluru facility

Tata Electronics Ltd has begun exporting limited quantities of semiconductor chips packaged as a pilot project at its research and development centre in Bengaluru.

The packaged chips are being shipped to some of Tata Electronics partners in Japan, Europe and the US.

Tata Electronics packaged the chips at the Bengaluru-based research centre. The company has multiple partners and is expanding its customer base. Some of these products are still in the pilot stage.

The company is also in near-final stages for a successful tape-out of semiconductor chips in 28, 40, 55, 65 nm (nanometre), and some other higher nodes. A tape-out is the final result of the designing process for integrated circuits or printed circuit boards before they are sent for manufacturing.

“There are multiple rounds before a successful tape-out. So, some of these products will be in advanced stages of R&D and they will be sent to select customers to obtain feedback for testing and improvement. Commercial production is slated for 2027.”

The first set of semiconductors will start rolling out from the Tata Electronics plant here in December 2026, Union minister for communications and IT Ashwini Vaishnaw said on March 13. Moneycontrol

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