Analog Devices has opened a new facility in Bangalore with a plan to increase its product development team of DSP and analog/mixed signal semiconductor chip designers. The new facility can support staff strength of 400.
Analog Devices' President and CEO Jerald Fishman inaugurated the new facility. The new facility is in the same building where the present development center of Analog Devices is located at Bangalore's RMZ Infinity Technology Park.
The 15 years old Analog Devices' India development center owns SHARC family of processors, with this extension of facility it is expected to own some more products including analog and mixed signal semiconductor families. By owning a complete product family, this local design center is serving global customers of Analog Devices. This model is different from other semiconductor companies having development centers in India. India team's core strengths are analog IC design, processor IC design, and multimedia embedded software development.
Dr.Karthik - Engineering Director, IPDC, Analog Devices said, " we have developed five generations of ADI's industry-leading SHARC digital signal processors out of the India centre."
Analog Devices makes some of the industry's finest op amps, analog to digital converters, and digital to analog converters and any such front end analog and mixed signal ICs used to interface human signals to digital computers.