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Micron to roll out first India-made chips in 2025

Friday, 03 May 2024
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Micron India hopes to roll out the first batch of semiconductor chips packaged at its Sanand plant in Gujarat early next year. Though domestic demand for semiconductor chips is growing, and most of these semiconductor chips will be for exports.

Though Micron will look at servicing all sectors, the demand-supply chain will also depend on factors such as inventory, turnaround time, pricing, customers’ needs. Chips to be packaged at the Sanand unit will primarily be used in data centres, smartphones, notebooks, internet-of-things devices, and the automotive segments.

The Idaho-headquartered company employs more than 40,000 people globally and about 4,000 people across its two research and development centres at Hyderabad and Bengaluru. Micron plans to scale up the India headcount to 5,000, and expects around 15,000 employment opportunities to be created over the years.

While aiming to be global in terms of turnaround time, cost structure, and quality, the demand would also depend on the product offering of domestic chip foundries, such as the one being set up by the Tata Group in collaboration with Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation.

In 2023, Micron announced it would set up a semiconductor chip assembly and testing unit at Sanand with USD 2.75 billion in investment, of which the company will invest USD 825 million. 

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