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The Embedded Chieftains

Eureka Bharali
Thursday, January 6, 2011
Eureka Bharali
The semiconductor space has continuously evolved in India with significant contributions from the different sects – individuals, companies, institutes. There are crucial success stories which have transformed the stumbling blocks into stepping stones driven by their passion, determination and undying spirit of entrepreneurship. It is to honor those success streaks and recognize the business leaders of tomorrow within the Embedded/ VLSI industry that Mentor Graphics and SiliconIndia jointly instituted the SiliconIndia – Mentor Graphics Leadership Awards.

Best VLSI/ Embedded Design
Established Indian company - HCL

This $2.5 billion global IT services company, HCL, has a very strong product engineering services focus which has contributed nearly 20 percent of the company revenue. The Engineering and R&D Services (ERS) group has about 12000 strong engineering team servicing customers across domains like Aerospace, Automotive, Medical devices, Consumer Electronics and Telecom. This group has a very vibrant system design practice that includes ASIC design across eight verticals and 30 designs over the last 15 months. Formation of the test lab and other initiatives like Joint venture with a leading EMS company has enabled HCL to offer comprehensive Concept to Manufacturing solutions (C2M) to leading OEM companies.

Best Electronic System Design company -
Established Indian company
Tejas Networks

We are witnessing an explosive growth in telecom over the last couple of years. One of the key enablers of this is a Bangalore-based company, Tejas Networks, which provides innovative optical networking solutions ensuring high quality telecom services available to over half a billion people at the world’s most affordable prices. The company has built complex networking products using the latest semiconductor technologies as well as design tools to not only reduce the system costs, but also gain a time-to-market advantage.

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