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10/10/2012 02:36 PM EDT
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krisi
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re: Lip-Bu Tan bullish on Indian chip industry
krisi   10/12/2012 7:03:48 PM
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Thank you @docdivikar, yes, 1000 Cosmic Circuits is a good reality check...Lip-Bu: Your thesis about growth of Indian market is intriguing, if you would like to give a talk at CMOS Emerging Technologies event pls let me know, kris.iniewski@gmail.com

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docdivakar   10/12/2012 6:54:52 PM
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Kris, are you quite realistic in your comments... there needs to be a 1000 Cosmic Circuits to make a dent in the Semiconductor IP by Indian enterprises. It has been largely design services ecosystem that has so far flourished in India. Other countries can easily eat that lunch that has been amply demonstrated by China! MP Divakar

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Plavalli   10/12/2012 1:10:35 PM
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True, Cosmic is small, seen by Indian standards. Lip-Bu Tanis on its board, so may be he knows or feels there's promise. At the moment, I guess it's promise, not performance that he believes in when it comes to Cosmic - Karyatil

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re: Lip-Bu Tan bullish on Indian chip industry
krisi   10/10/2012 3:52:58 PM
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Cosmic Circuits is a small, fabless company...getting to sizable semiconductor industry that actually produces some silicon chips is a long road...where is this optimism coming from? Kris

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