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Tata Electronics begins limited export of semiconductor chips

Ziraat Times Web Desk

Mumbai: Tata Electronics Ltd has initiated the export of a limited quantity of semiconductor chips packaged at a pilot line situated in its research and development centre in Bengaluru, according to a report in The Economic Times (ET).
The packaged chips are being sent to Tata Electronics’ partners in Japan, the US, and Europe, the report claimed, citing sources. Simultaneously, the company is preparing to establish a new chip packaging unit in Morigaon, Assam, and a $10 billion chip foundry in Dholera, Gujarat.
Tata Electronics is also in advanced stages of finalising the tape-out process for semiconductor chips ranging from 28 to 65 nanometres, along with some higher nodes, the report added. Notably, the chips currently being exported are versatile and not tailored for specific applications.

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