Tata Electronics Begins Exporting Semiconductor Chip Samples from Bengaluru Center

Tata Electronics starts exporting packaged semiconductor chips from Bengaluru R&D center to partners in Japan, US, and Europe, enhancing India's semiconductor ecosystem.

  • Tata Electronics starts exporting packaged semiconductor chips from Bengaluru R&D center to partners in Japan, US, and Europe, enhancing India’s semiconductor ecosystem.
  • Final stages of chip designing underway: The company progresses in designing integrated circuits and printed circuit boards in nanometer ranges, with commercial production slated for 2027.
  • Tata Group’s semiconductor initiatives: Alongside chip packaging unit in Assam and a $10 billion chip foundry in Gujarat, Tata Electronics collaborates with Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (PSMC) for India’s first AI-enabled fab in Dholera.

Tata Electronics has embarked on a significant milestone in India’s semiconductor industry by initiating the export of packaged semiconductor chip samples from its Bengaluru-based research and development center. These samples, shipped to partners in Japan, the US, and Europe, are poised to bolster India’s semiconductor ecosystem and expand Tata Electronics’ global footprint.

Reports indicate that Tata Electronics is nearing the final stages of designing integrated circuits and printed circuit boards for semiconductor chips in various nanometer ranges, including 28, 40, 55, and 65 nanometers. These chips, designed for versatile applications, are set to undergo testing and feedback from select customers, with commercial production slated to commence in 2027.

This development aligns with Tata Group’s overarching semiconductor initiatives, including the establishment of a chip-packaging unit in Assam and a monumental $10 billion chip foundry in Gujarat. Furthermore, Tata Electronics, in collaboration with Taiwan’s Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (PSMC), is pioneering India’s first AI-enabled fab in Dholera. With a manufacturing capacity of up to 50,000 wafers per month, this state-of-the-art facility aims to produce chips for diverse applications, from power management to high-performance computing logic, catalyzing India’s semiconductor prowess on the global stage.