We are targeting the power LED segment in India

Seoul Semiconductor, one of the world’s leading LED manufacturers, began India operations in 2006 from its Korea office. Within a year, it realised India’s potential as an emerging market and set up offices in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru. Yun Seon Baik, sales director, Seoul Semiconductor, speaks to Jesus Milton Rousseau S of Electronics Bazaar about the Indian LED market

Havells targets Rs 100 cr from domestic LED market by 2012

With a revenue target of Rs 100 crore by 2012, Havells India Ltd, a leading player in the lighting and fixture segment, has entered the light emitting diodes (LED) market recently. “Despite this late entry, we are confident about leading the growth of this highly potential segment of the lighting industry in five years from now,” says Sunil Sikka, president, Havells India, in a conversation with Srabani Sen of Electronics Bazaar

User friendly PLCs with upgraded modules are in demand

PLCs not only help in making the processes productive but also provide manufacturers competitive edge in the market. Choosing right PLCs for various processes is, therefore, a critical issue

February 2010 Issue

January 2010 Issue

Why STB manufacturing is not picking up in India

With the current trend indicating a drop in CRT TV and rise in LCD TV sales, why aren’t Indian manufacturers moving in fast to churn out set top boxes? Here’s a look at why imports still rule the roost

We target to surpass the market growth rate

Microchip Technology is a leading provider of microcontroller and analogue semiconductors, providing low-risk product development, cut in total system cost, and faster time to market for thousands of diverse customer applications worldwide. Ganesh Moorthy, now executive vice president and chief operating officer of Microchip Technology Incorporated, joined the company in 2001 as vice president of its advanced microcontroller and automotive division. he spoke to Jesus Milton Rousseau S of Electronics Bazaar on Microchip’s strategies, performance during recession and future growth plans for the Indian market

Manufacturing of medical electronic equipment negligible in India

India has immense potential in terms of manufacturing complex and low-to-medium value medical electronic devices. However, Indian manufacturers have not explored this potential at all, pushing nearly 60-70 per cent of the market segment to depend fully on imports

December 2009

Solar Power: A business of the future?

India is woefully lacking in all types of power resources, except solar power. With big enterprises venturing into this domain, will the solar scenario in India change in the coming years? What is the ground reality against the promises made by the government? Where does India stand in the global scenario? A business of the future?

Data centres propelling UPS market

In the coming years, India has the potential to become a hub for data centres as it not only caters to the needs of the foreign markets, its growth is also driven by increasing domestic requirements. This comes as a big opportunity for manufacturers of UPS systems as they derive 25-30 per cent of their revenue from data centres

It is the right time to invest in India

With the Indian electronics industry growing at 13.4 per cent per annum, Freescale Semiconductor Inc, one of the world’s largest semiconductor companies, sees a great opportunity to grow in automotive, consumer and networking segments. Its senior vice president and chief sales and marketing officer Henri Richard speaks to Jesus Milton Rousseau S about the future trends in markets which Freescale is exploring

Eyeing the Indian pie

A major player in the global embedded and industrial computing manufacturing industry, EVOC Group has its service and R&D centres in many countries. With the Indian hardware market growing firm, the group plans to cater to its demands by providing customised solutions through investments in R&D facilities and other infrastructure in the next few years. Raymond Bu, manager business development, EVOC Group, speaks to Saurabh Sharma of Electronics Bazaar about its investment plans and marketing strategies for the Indian market

November 2009

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