India is too slow in building the semiconductor ecosystem: Cadence

Lip-Bu Tan is CEO of Cadence Design Systems, one of the world’s biggest companies providing software and hardware for designing integrated circuits, systems on chips and printed circuit boards.He is also chairman of Walden International, a venture capital firm he founded in 1987 and which has been active in investing in Indian semiconductor startups.On a visit to Bengaluru, where Cadence has a large R&D centre, Tan and India MD Jaswinder Ahuja spoke to TOI. Excerpts:Give us a sense of the emerging opportunities and challenges in the semiconductor industry.Tan: Semiconductors are the foundation of all the killer apps. There is a lot of innovation required for some of the emerging areas of opportunity. Machine learning, deep learning are very big areas. Self-driving is machine learning.Today, people are trying to see if…


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