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ISA Vision Summit 2007 Takes Off with a Bang

Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India

The Honorable Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Dr Y S Rajasekhara Reddy inaugurated ISA Vision Summit 2007, the only international business conference for the semiconductor and electronics design industry today. Also present at the inauguration were Shri Pallam Raju, Minister of State for Defence, Government of India, Dr Debesh Das, IT Minister of West Bengal and Jodi Shelton, Executive Director, Fabless Semiconductor Association.

The Honorable Chief Minister released the ISA semicon directory 2007 at the inauguration. Speaking on the occasion, he said, "We have showed that AP is the best destination for investments considering the availability of excellent infrastructure, logistics, uninterrupted power and water supply, which is essential for manufacturing sector of the semiconductor industry. The investment climate in the state is sound and I personally invite you to invest in the industry in Hyderabad".

Speaking on the theme of the conference Shri Pallam Raju, Minister of State for Defence said, " As the world heads towards increasing usage of high-end electronics in security and surveillance in weapons and missiles, space and network centric warfare, it will lead to significant developments in the sector that will spurt the growth of the electronics in the semiconductor industry."

"We are very pleased with today's participation from the industry and the ecosystem. This is a clear indication that the Indian semicon industry is getting increased recognition. As the industry body for the sector we are committed to further this growth by bringing together industry, government and academia on the same platform," said Poornima Shenoy, President, India Semiconductor Association.

"India is a fast growing semiconductor economy with full potential to overtake the US industry and would be the third largest semiconductor market owing its strengths in IT and growing instances of foreign companies looking for partnerships," said Jodi Shelton, Executive Director, Fabless Semiconductor Association.

The first day of the conference saw well-known industry stalwarts giving their perspectives on IP, product development and strategies for driving growth and competitiveness. Global speakers included Bryan Lewis Research VP & Chief Analyst Semiconductor ASIC/SOC/FPGA Gartner Dataquest, Aurangzeb Khan Corporate VP Market Development Cadence Design Systems and Dan Weed Senior VP Customer Engineering Tensilica.

The conference also provided a platform for interactions with academicians from leading engineering colleges like the IITs and IISc to participate in industry interactions.

About India Semiconductor Association

India Semiconductor Association ISA is the only body representing the Indian semiconductor industry. ISA was established in 2004 and is headquartered in Bangalore, India. ISA has around 120 members from the semiconductor and electronics industry across India besides key players in the ecosystem like venture capitalists and legal firms. ISA is committed towards building global awareness for the Indian semiconductor and electronics design industry and creating productive interaction between the various stakeholders. This includes product and services companies, government, academia, venture capitalists and industry bodies. By fostering active collaboration between the industry and universities, ISA seeks to expand the existing excellent talent pool in India. It has strategic partnerships with global industry bodies.

For more details on ISA events, please visit www.isaonline.org

Harshita Nair, India Semiconductor Association, + 91 (080) 4147 3250 harshita@isaonline.org

K Sridhar Kumar, Blue Lotus Communications Pvt. Ltd., + 91 (080) 4152 6656 sridhar@bluelotuspr.com

Source: India Semiconductor Association (ISA) (Business Wire India)

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