For Japanese chip-testing equipment maker Advantest Corp, China is the second-largest market, after Taiwan.
According to Naga Bharat Daka, co-founder of Hyderabad-based Skyroot Aerospace, a free trade agreement with European Union supply chain players would benefit the space tech ecosystem.
Even as demand shoots through the roof, manufacturers feel full production capacity utilisation is unlikely as they are not confident of the chip supply situation in the future. Long wait times may be around for a little longer.
Chip-making aspirants shouldn’t be kept waiting; the government should decide fast how to build on its policy initiative to make India a key player in the semiconductor ecosystem
In early July, Karnataka’s Minister for Electronics urged investors to take advantage of the state government's policy on semiconductor to help industry flourish. Gujarat will provide an aid at a rate equal to 40% of the capital assistance provided by the Centre
The carmaker reported a consolidated net loss of 50.07 billion rupees ($626.88 million) for the quarter ended June 30, compared with a loss of 44.51 billion rupees a year earlier.
The recent rally in auto stocks indicates that investors are convinced that worst is behind auto firms
After months of factory outages due to the component shortfalls, the order backlog is keeping factories busy even as the global economy shows signs of sputtering, Karin Radstrom, who also leads the truckmaker’s business in Europe and South America, said in an interview.
There is a massive demand and supply gap in the Indian market for drones, due to the shortage of chipsets, among other factors, said AUS CEO Vipul Singh
Pat Gelsinger said at a press roundtable on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum that “to us, this is now the No. 1 issue, is in fact the delivery of equipment.”
The chip shortage was beginning to tell on equipment manufacturing, making it tougher for companies to procure tools, which would impact production timelines, Gelsinger has said
Addressing the Semicon India Conference virtually, Prime Minister Narendra Modi touted India as an attractive investment destination for semiconductor technologies due to the growing adoption of digital services and digital infrastructure across the country.
The automotive industry is still struggling with international chip shortage leading to loss of production.
Intel forecast second-quarter revenue and profit below Wall Street expectations on Thursday on worries of demand weakness in its largest end market, PCs, and increased supply-chain uncertainty due to lockdowns in China.
The Tata Motors-owned luxury automaker noted that the retail sales for the three-month period continued to be constrained by the global semiconductor shortage.
Since Russia controls as much as 44 percent of global palladium supplies, Ukraine produces a significant 70 percent of the global supply of neon -- the two key raw materials that go into making chips.
The Government of India’s push for manufacturing semiconductors with the aim of making India a ‘global hub’ misses the arduous industrial and technical struggles of producing chips
The Japanese car giant's earnings have been boosted by a weaker yen, but the semiconductor shortage has hit its production figures and analysts warn the chip crisis may take longer than expected to resolve.
Carmakers around the world have been hit by a shortage of semiconductors caused by COVID-19 supply-chain disruptions as well as soaring semiconductor demand at consumer electronic companies.
Bhansali looks to step up the overall ABS capacity to 200,000 tonnes from the current 137,000 tonnes, with a capex of Rs 500 crore
The PLI scheme for semiconductors aims to incentivise every part of the supply chain from design, semiconductor and display fabrication, to assembly, test, marking and packaging, but note that this is India’s third attempt at manufacturing semiconductor chips
In India, the number of investors in cryptocurrencies has rapidly grown over the past year, and is now distorting how semiconductors are used
Whether buying computer chips directly from manufacturers, reconfiguring cars, or producing them with parts missing, automakers are having to get creative to cope with the global shortage of semiconductors.
Motherson Sumi's management gives its views on supply chain and other disruptions, the outlook in India and overseas, balance sheet health and the EV transition
Like other automakers, Honda's production plans have been hit by the chip shortage, with global output in September falling 30 percent from a year ago, even as demand in key markets, such as China rebounds from a pandemic slump.