Signalchip unveils India's first semiconductor chips for 4G/5G connectivity

Signalchip unveils Indias first semiconductor chips for 4G/5G connectivity

  • Signalchip unveils India's first semiconductor chips for 4G/5G connectivity The semiconductor chips, code-named 'Agumbe', are the result of over eight years of R&D by the firm's engineers Peerzada Abrar   |  Bengaluru
  • Last Updated at February 27, 2019 20:37 IST email this article Nokia rides 5G wave, surging data consumption to entrench its position Bengaluru-based fabless semiconductor company, Signalchip, on Tuesday unveiled India’s first semiconductor chips for 4G/LTE and 5G NR modems, which would enable high-speed wireless communication.
  • The series of chips, code-named ‘Agumbe’ (a small village located in Shimoga district in Karnataka) are the result of over eight years of research and development by Signalchip engineers.
  • Currently, in India, all devices and infrastructure, whether imported or domestically manufactured, use imported silicon chips.
  • The Signalchip team was mentored and funded by Sridhar Vembu, founder and CEO of Zoho, the Chennai-based cloud software company.


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