pSemi Opens New Design Center in India


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pSemi® Corporation, a Murata company focused on semiconductor integration, announces the opening of a new design center in Chennai, India to support the company's growing demand for semiconductor products enabling 5G and Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications. This India office will accelerate the scalability of a strong engineering team and the development of new design innovations for cellular radio frequency (RF) front-end modules, sensor systems-on-a-chip and power management integrated circuits (ICs). Featuring labs and office space, the design center is located at Level 9, Olympia Teknos Park, No. 28 SIDCO Industrial Estate, Guindy, Chennai, 600032.

Now open, the new pSemi design center in Chennai, India bolsters the company’s global leadership position in semiconductor innovation.

"India is emerging as the largest mobile phone manufacturing hub in the world. With our new India design center, we want to attract top talent and further expand our engagements with customers, partners and the smartphone ecosystem," says Sumit Tomar, CEO at pSemi. "We have opened our first pSemi India design center in Chennai, but we will soon expand into other cities. We plan to scale up rapidly; our hiring plan is limited only by the availability of talent." 

The establishment of the design center comes on the heels of pSemi's recent product portfolio growth in 5G, wireless connectivity, power management and sensors along with increased IC content in smartphones and mobile applications. Furthermore, the pSemi India design center will serve as a close liaison between pSemi and Murata, strengthening the companies' long-term success and operational growth with higher levels of integration and functionality in IC and package design.

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