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04/06/06 08:02 AM
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Analog & Chip Industry in india, Quality Concerns


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R. S.
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04/06/06 08:02 AM
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Authors has been looking at a recruiter's market and this is more of a story of a fresh fresher (1-2 yr.) of experience comparing his compensation to his colleagues and trying to digest these salary difference and eventually transitioning to bidge this gap. Semiconductor industry has been operating successfully in India for over 3 decades and over 2 decades for American overseas operations like TI. These companies have been delivering world class chips/IPs without any significant problem of attrition. Support your artical with data, pure comments aren't speaking very well.

Dave Doman
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04/06/06 12:32 PM
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THe original article implies that there is an engineers market in India (and I agree). I rather disagree that this implies a lack of quality product out of that market. Not only have I had decent results with India resources in the past, but the "grab the engineers as they walk down the street" mentality that is implied in the original article reminds me of what was happening in the valley 20 years ago. We ALWAYS got good results out of the valley. I suspect that we will, also, from the subcontinent.

DKJ
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04/13/06 07:35 AM
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Seems like the author hasn't really studied the devices that are built out of India. The very same Multinationals that are talked about are moving not just design activity but also back end, post silicon activity to india. You talk to the multinational companies and they show off the mobile phones, set top boxes and other end products that the chips they design go into...no problem whatsoever. It is true that it is a designers market but any company worth its name in salt builds redundancy, architects and key designers don't jump jobs at the drop of a hat..The Indian semiconductor industry has reached critical mass, growth is slowing down to a manageable level. It is not a trainee industry...get the facts right...

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05/15/06 11:07 PM
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http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/msid-1528778,curpg-1.cms


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