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India's Soctronics claims 28-nm design win

10/19/2011 12:19 PM EDT
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SoCtronics_INEDA   6/28/2012 5:06:17 PM
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Majority (90% + ) of the engineers were not from IIT's as asserted in the above comment, who worked for this Company SoCtronics a.k.a Silicon Image team. They were from the regional Engineering schools affiliated to JNTU-Hyd or OU and were trained in specific skills @ VEDA IIT hyderabad http://www.vedaiit.com/ Most of the team were less than 4 years experienced.

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elctrnx_lyf   10/19/2011 6:37:44 PM
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the skills and experience levels of india companies have certainly reached a level to be part of advanced technology designs. I think there might be many more companies in india that has the right skills to power many more designs in the future.

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goafrit   10/19/2011 5:27:21 PM
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India is making progress in our industry. This will be the next wave of outsourcing. They have completed the digital one and the analog one is coming. I respect the quality of the IIT and that school continues to drive opportunities for this nation.

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