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Rajeev Chandrasekhar, minister of state for electronics and IT, said on Tuesday that India can turn itself from a provider of software services into a hub for semiconductors, R&D and more in the next five to seven years. His words come a month after the government approved a $10 billion incentive programme for semiconductor and display makers to set up shop in the country.
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India has the potential to transform itself from a software provider into a hub for semiconductor design, engineering and R&D, electronic systems design, and electronic manufacturing services in the next five to seven years, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, minister of state for electronics and IT said on Tuesday.
Chandrasekhar, who was speaking to Chandra, founder of Editorji Technologies at the Microsoft Future Ready event, said for India to become a trillion-dollar digital economy, it needs to look beyond just software.
“The next wave of computing performance is going to come from software optimisation, semiconductor design, electronic systems design and innovation,” he said.
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