Category — Electronic
ICT Service Management Solutions, owned by Taiwan’s Wistron Corporation (Apple’s original equipment manufacturer) will manufacture the iPhone SE at its factory located in Yeshwanthpur, a suburb of Bangalore.
Forbes reports that Wistron obtained an official certification from the Bureau of Indian Standards for Model A1723, which is the 4-inch iPhone SE with a small screen. “With its great screen with brightness and colors, it is an ideal phone for those who are using Apple for the first time. It will go well with Indian buyers,” said Amit Misra, an IT analyst from Bangalore. ”
With aim of getting a significant share in the India market, Apple discounted the iPhone SE to Rs. 19,999 or $310.
April 21, 2017 No Comments
Scientists at the Bhabha Atomic Research Center have developed a credit card-sized Tele-ECG machine that can transmit an ECG over any smartphone to any part of the world. This 12-channel ECG machine works on an Android-platform, can be recharged via a mobile charger, and is priced at $61. It is likely the smallest of its kind.
“The quality of the ECG is excellent and it has come to me in two to three different formats for me to view,” Dr. Hemant Haldavnekar, a consulting physician, said.
“This is a small low-cost ECG machine that on a single charge can record 300 ECGs. It is rightly suited for rural areas,” the developer of the tele-ECG machine, Vineet Sinha, scientist, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Mumbai, said reports NDTV.
March 21, 2017 No Comments
CNBC reports that Apple‘s application to sell refurbished iPhones — aimed at boosting sales in India and countering a slowdown of its sales in China — has yet to be approved, as India typically requires single-brand retailers to source at least 30 percent of their raw material needs from local suppliers. Currently, Apple sells products in India through distributors.
India’s minister of finance, Arun Jaitley, told CNBC in an interview, “Now am I to be concerned with job creation or not? Or am I only to allow foreign companies to sell products in India and not create jobs in India?” Exceptions could be made in certain cases of specific high-technology areas, and the government would take a call on whether Apple’s application met this criterion or not, he added.
Jobs creation is a key component of the “Make in India” initiative promoted by the government to encourage foreign manufacturers to set up shop in India.
June 5, 2016 No Comments
Rockwell Collins, Inc., headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has received a contract from state-owned Electronics Corporation of India Ltd., for communications and navigation components that are used in the digital V/UHF radios manufactured by Electronics Corporation, reports ASD News. These communication devices are IP-enabled state-of-the-art transceivers for ship to ship, ship to shore and ground to air communications, said Rockwell Collins in a news release.
“The recent award is part of a long-term agreement signed with ECIL in 2010. To date, Rockwell Collins has delivered more than 1,000 units to ECIL” said Sunil Raina, managing director, India, for Rockwell Collins.
May 22, 2016 No Comments
Autocar Professional interviewed Chris Reider, vice-president, Global Engineering Packard Electrical/Electronic Architecture, Delphi, on the company’s operations, growth dynamics and the business opportunity that is India.
Here are some excerpts…
On benefits for Delphi in expanding the Chennai Technical Center
Reider: The Chennai facility has become one of our key hubs for global product development and manufacturing to support our connection systems business worldwide. This is a technical center we rely on globally and, importantly, it is setting us up for future growth with local Original Equipment Manufacturers. With this capability, we can localize our development as well as manufacturing of products.
On the growth opportunity in India for Delphi’s connection systems business
Reider: We see opportunity in all our electrical architecture business. We have a broad portfolio of products, particularly in connection systems, housing and terminals. We also anticipate (new business in) high-speed cable assemblies, communication and infotainment systems which will be localizing here in India.
On how much India contributes to Delphi’s global operations
Reider: India is a long-term strategic market for us in engineering. It is a unique place where we have an opportunity to grow revenues with the local market but also leverage the capabilities that we have in India in terms of universities aligning with our business.
We are continuing to invest in our people, infrastructure, manufacturing processes and particularly in our core competencies in India. We are leveraging Indian capabilities and it will pay dividends for us in terms of our global growth.
On how India compared to other Asian markets
Reider: India is a little behind countries like China, which is moving faster in its evolution in terms of high-end premium vehicles. I am optimistic about the growth of the Indian market. There will be a number of external factors which influence the rate of growth in India. Government regulations and infrastructure in the economy will decide how fast the automotive market will grow. I am excited about the future in India – it will bring tremendous challenges but great opportunities too.
April 13, 2016 No Comments