PulseCore Semiconductor introduces product line in India

By siliconindia   |   Thursday, 15 February 2007, 06:00 Hrs
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Bangalore: Provider of standard and custom high-speed and low-power analog and mixed-signal silicon solutions, PulseCore Semiconductor introduced its product line to the Indian market in Bangalore. The company’s product offering spans EMI reduction, clocking, power management and system monitoring ICs. Founded in 1998, the company was acquired by Alliance Semiconductor in 2002. Four years later, Alliance sold the Analog Mixed Signal Business Unit to Shah Capital Partners & August Capital and the company was re-christened as PulseCore Semiconductor. While PulseCore is headquartered in Campbell, California, its Bangalore operation oversees product development and support including IC Design, applications engineering, operations QA, product engineering, test engineering and production planning. “PulseCore is uniquely positioned to see explosive growth in the very near future,” said Narendar “Buddy” Venugopal. “Our team in Bangalore combined with our resources in the US and Taiwan brings the talent, passion, experience and commitment to customer satisfaction needed to allow us to build on our success to date.” The management team at PulseCore Semiconductor aspires to become the industry experts in silicon based EMI solutions. The company has seen rapid growth over the last few years and is now a profitable enterprise with an extensive line of products and top tier customers. Growth plans include both organic as well as inorganic strategies based on identifying synergistic partners and markets.