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Tata Electronics enters into an MoU with Synopsys

Tata Electronics Pvt. has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Synopsys—a provider of silicon to systems design solutions—to collaborate on process technology bring-up and foundry design platforms. The two companies will together accelerate the ramp of customer products in India’s first fab being built by Tata Electronics in Dholera town in Ahmedabad district.

The two companies have identified the following areas of potential collaboration—advanced factory automation and yield data analytics solutions to help establish an artificial intelligence-enabled fab; technology computer-aided design flow set-up to enable technology transfer from partner; process design kits and design enablement; IP development, including foundation and analogue IP; and design technology co-optimisation methodologies.

“We view Synopsys as a key partner and accelerator in our journey by virtue of the expertise they bring in semiconductor design and services,” said Randhir Thakur, managing director and chief executive officer, Tata Electronics.

“For nearly 30 years, Synopsys has been researching and developing silicon to systems design solutions for customers and investing in workforce development in India. We applaud and support Tata Electronics’ vision to develop semiconductor manufacturing capacity in India, advancing supply chain resiliency for the global semiconductor industry,” added Sassine Ghazi, president and CEO of Synopsys.

As earlier announced, Tata Electronics plans to build India’s first fab in Dholera town with total investment of Rs 91,000 crore. In addition, another Rs 27,000 crore will be invested in a greenfield facility in Jagiroad town Assam, for assembly and testing of semiconductor chips. Together, these facilities will produce semiconductor chips for applications across automotive, mobile devices, AI and other segments to serve customers globally. NDTV Profit

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