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7/26/2010 03:45 PM EDT
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AngelBroking   10/15/2010 10:57:39 AM
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prabhakar_deosthali   8/2/2010 6:51:42 AM
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This information is interesting. Looking at the numbers for revenues from Embedded Software Services it looks like there is still a huge scope for India to increase its market share in this domain.

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eewiz   7/27/2010 12:48:13 PM
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So the chip design services including all digital analog & mixed signal designs amount to just 20% of 9B. ie. 1.8B!! thats it? is it including EDA revenues? anyways pretty small number than I thought.

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PVG.Menon   7/27/2010 8:13:42 AM
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Hi Sanjib The $ 41 Bil. annual market is for electronics products. The key segments of growth are Consumer Electronics, Computers and Telecom It does not include design services etc. which was around $ 9 Bil. last year. Of this, more than 80% of the revenues come from embedded software. You should look up the websites of the various industry associations for updated data on the various industry segments -- or keep reading EE Times ! Best Regards PVG Menon CEO VANN Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

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Sanjib.A   7/26/2010 5:21:12 PM
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I am really amazed to learn about the US$ 41 Billion potential for the local market for electronics in India. Does this figure include consumer electronics, industrial electronics and design service as well? Is this estimation based on any report published by any authentic sources? I would also be interested to know about sector wise break-up for the various sectors of electronics industry in India.

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