Micron Plans Major Investments in India, Says Senior Executive

Micron plans significant investments in India's semiconductor industry.

  • Micron plans significant investments in India’s semiconductor industry.
  • The company sees India as crucial for its global strategy and innovation engine.
  • Micron aims to grow its workforce and expand manufacturing facilities in Gujarat.

Micron, a leading memory chip manufacturer, reveals plans for significant investments in India. With operations starting in 2018 and expanded R&D in Hyderabad, Micron is establishing an ATMP facility in Sanand, Gujarat.

Naga Chandrasekaran, Micron’s Senior Vice President of Technology Development, emphasizes India’s importance in the company’s global strategy. The R&D center in Hyderabad boasts over 3500 team members and plays a pivotal role in driving innovation, particularly in NAND technology for data centers and smartphones.

Micron’s commitment to India extends beyond R&D, with plans to grow its workforce and invest in manufacturing facilities in Gujarat. With a global team of 44,000, including 4000 in India, Micron aims to harness India’s talent pool for long-term growth and innovation.