Bengaluru, Feb 27 (IEBusiness) The ON Semiconductor, one of the global leader in the supply of semiconductor-based solutions, offering a comprehensive portfolio including Energy, Automotive, Industrial and Medical spheres, opened its Design and Development Center, in the city on Wednesday.
The opening of the new 55000 square feet, state-of-the-art facility with the global integrating all of its India operations, focused on supporting the company’s global Analog Solutions Group (ASG) and Intelligent Sensing Group (ISG), ISG Senior Vice President Taner Ozcelik said here today.
Stating that the Bengaluru Imaging Development Center (BIDC) will be responsible to develop and release several products since last eight years, contributing significantly to the ON Semiconductor Intelligent Sensing Group’s cumulative revenue, he said that “The Center will also help in a big way in driving energy efficient innovations”.
“The BIDC is a critical product development location for Industrial, Consumer, Computing, Sensing and automotive market segments”.
He said that the company had invested over 20 mn USD to build the workforce, lab and the infrastructure.
“ON semiconductor’s presence in India was started with the acquisition of Pulsecore in 2009” he said.
Stating that the BIDC is a full-fledged and the largest product development center for ISG working on several parts to be used in mission critical applications, he said that “the new site is the testament of our confidence in the employee base and the talent pool in India and we believe we can scale new heights with the help of products developed in the modern facility”.
IOP Vice President Ryan Cameron said that apart from this, the BIDC also function as a complete development center for several Analog Solutions Group devices, focusing on strategic growth in timing products, signal conditioning products, RF and Wireless loT solutions, custom products and firmware development for products with embedded micro-controllers.
“We will deliver very high quality products developed from this Center” he added.