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March 28th, 2004
Indian university establishes semiconductor lab
BITSConnect, an association of alumni, faculty and current students of the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, has established a semiconductor R&D lab that the group says is the first campus-based VLSI design facility in India. The move could advance India's efforts to establish a global reputation in chip design.
With more than $50 million worth of equipment and EDA tools provided thus far from corporate partners, the Oysters Lab at BITS (Olab) puts the engineering school in the elite company of a handful of institutions worldwide that have such centers.
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