IPR issues Intellectual property protection is essential

With globalisation of the economy, Indian electronics companies are more exposed to the infringement of intellectual property rights that may cause them trouble in terms of legal suits and competitive disadvantages in the market

LCD, TFT, LED displays: Touchscreen & coloured displays are hot products

LCD and TFT displays must be selected carefully depending on the kind of information to be displayed and the price of the product in which they are to be used. LED backlight brightness, technical support and long term availability of the display, are important factors to look for

We target to grow double the market trend in India

PCB Power India Limited, an online PCB prototype and small series specialist, and a subsidiary of Belgium based company Eurocircuits, started India operation in 2006. The company has over 1,000 registered online customers and has recently acquired an EMS company to boost its business in India. Eurocircuits' director Dirk Stans speaks to Sandhya Malhotra of Electronics Bazaar about the company’s future plans in India

I don't think FPGAs will ever rule the market

Xilinx is the world leader in programmable platforms, with $1.7 billion revenue in 2009 and more than 50 per cent market share in the programmable logic device segment of the semiconductor industry. Vin Ratford, senior vice president, worldwide marketing and business development, Xilinx, speaks to Jesus Milton Rousseau S of Electronics Bazaar about the latest trends and opportunities for the company in the Indian market

I don’t think FPGAs will ever rule the market

Xilinx is the world leader in programmable platforms, with $1.7 billion revenue in 2009 and more than 50 per cent market share in the programmable logic device segment of the semiconductor industry. Vin Ratford, senior vice president, worldwide marketing and business development, Xilinx, speaks to Jesus Milton Rousseau S of Electronics Bazaar about the latest trends and opportunities for the company in the Indian market

Why recyclers are importing e-waste?

As if india’s growing e-waste problem was not enough that recyclers are importing it from developed nations to run their recycling units smoothly

Korea for stronger trade ties with India

As CEPA came into effect, Korean companies were quick to launch promotional events to showcase their technologies and products

A fine balancing act

The Union Budget 2010 has tried to implement fiscal discipline by containing the growing fiscal deficit, while also ensuring the unabated progress of the economy

Economy of scale will drive down prices of LEDs

Avnet entered the high brightness LED market several years ago, for a variety of reasons. “One is our belief that this new technology, along with other energy efficient, ‘green’ solutions, can truly improve the quality of life,” says Marketing’s solid state lighting and LED unit. Eskow has worked closely with OEMs, LED manufacturers and advanced analogue IC and secondary optics vendors since his first patent using LEDs was issued two decades ago. In a conversation with Srabani Sen of Electronics Bazaar, Eskow shares his opinion about the Indian LED market and Avnet’s India plans and the latest innovations

We are targeting the $25 million professional switch market in India

APEM has been improving the functionality and dependability of switches for every major market in the world since 1952. A leading worldwide manufacturer of miniature and industrial switches, joysticks, keyboards and indicators, APEM offers over 50 different switch families and more than 15,000 part options. During his first ever visit to India, APEM's corporate deputy general manager, Eric Plantié, speaks to Srabani Sen of Electronics Bazaar about the company's hunt for new markets and the enthusiastic initial response it received from India

GreenVision Technologies Providing backup to telecom industry

As growth in the telecommunication sector is expected to be led by tier II & III cities, continuous powercuts continue to be a big hindrance for quality services. Greenvision Technologies’ Relicell GFM series of VRLA batteries are specially designed to counter this challenge

A mixed bag of tax proposals for electronics industry

Union Budget 2010 has given a mixed bag of taxes to the corporate sector. While the rate of surcharge has been reduced from 10 per cent to 7.5 per cent, Minimum Alternative Tax has been increased from 15 per cent to 18 per cent, thus adding to the financial burden even for those who are enjoying tax exempt status

Karnataka semiconductor policy to trigger growth

The policy provides a fillip to the state by creating the right environment for investment, based on the existing value chain in the state

Recent Posts

“We expect to add two or three new distributors so that we can serve...

The most effective way to gain a foothold in a market like India is to establish a strong distribution channel here. Whittaker Cheng, assistant...

Government Is Creating Framework For Deployment of Affordable And Secure 5G: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Based on the report titled as ‘Making India 5G Ready’, the government is craeting the framework He also said that the eligibility criteria...

Samsung to Invest $8 Billion to Boost Chip Production in China: Report

Samsung is the world's largest maker of NAND flash memory chips Apple and Samsung accounted for buying 17.9 percent of the total semiconductor...
Solar Industry in India time to think differently

India Will Achieve 100 GW Solar Energy Target in 2022: Prakash Javadekar

Javadekar said that the country is facing a fall in solar energy prices due to increased production The country aims to have 40...

EV Battery Market Will Grow Annually at 30 Per Cent Till 2026: Report

Total charger sales was less than a thousand units in 2018 and is expected to grow to 50,000 units by 2026 The total...