BANGALORE, India--Alliance Semiconductor Corp., a provider of analog/mixed signal and memory chip products, Sunday (May 31) said it is planning to invest up to $50 million in its India Design Center over the next five years.
Alliance also plans to double its engineering staff, from 150 to 300, over the next three years at the Bangalore and Hyderabad design centers. To date, Alliance has invested approximately $20 million in its India center and research initiatives.
The India Design Center has grown from 20 to 150 engineers in the last five years.
"Alliance India's competency in design and development at the forefront of mixed signal technology, HyperTransport-based chip-to-chip interconnect technology and leading edge memory products helped us, in significant measure, to shape our portfolio of products and technologies," says N. Damodar Reddy, chairman, CEO and president of Alliance, based in Santa Clara, Calif., in a statement.