- Lam Research’s campus in Bengaluru focuses on hardware engineering, global operations management, and software development support
- Karnataka is focusing on attracting high investments for the state.
LAM Research has recently showcased its interest in making a new semiconductor lab in Karnataka. Karnataka Minister for Large and Medium Industries MB Patil has had a discussion with the company.
Currently, Patil is focusing on attracting high investments for the state. He has been meeting with a numbers of companies drawn from semiconductor, aerospace and defence auto/EV, space, and Med-tech among others.
LAM Research has already established a presence in Karnataka since 2000, and its campus in Bengaluru focuses on hardware engineering, global operations management, and software development support. During the State Level Single Window Committee meeting held in September, the company secured approval to set up Engineering, R&D, Testing and Tool Prototyping for capital goods for the manufacturing of semiconductors and displays. It plans to invest ₹236 crore in this project.
LeoLabs, following LAM Research, has expressed its intention to establish a Center of Excellence (CoE) dedicated to space technology research in Karnataka. LeoLabs’ executives engaged in discussions with Patil and are actively seeking ways to become part of Karnataka’s burgeoning space ecosystem.
With their portfolio of 10 radar satellite tracking services, LeoLabs revolutionizes the monitoring of space missions, enabling automated and autonomous tracking for fleets of various scales. Their pioneering methods are transforming the approach to launching, monitoring, and overseeing missions, providing vital insights and assistance to the ever-evolving space sector.