Intel India has introduced a range of locally made laptops and IT products at the India Tech Ecosystem Summit in New Delhi. The summit showcased devices from various local manufacturers, emphasizing Intel’s commitment to supporting India’s technology-driven growth through the Make in India initiative.
Highlighted products included a server by Mega Networks and C-DAC’s High-Performance Compute server Rudra, both powered by 4th Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors.
The event featured over 25 products like Banking on Wheels, Thin Clients, All-in-One clients, and more, illustrating the diversity of Make in India solutions from 10+ ODMs, OEMs, and ecosystem players.
The summit facilitated matchmaking between government entities, enterprises, OEMs, local ecosystem, and Taiwanese ODMs, promoting domestic and international collaboration. Additionally, speakers from the government, Microsoft, and Google shared insights on India’s technology future.
Notably, in November 2023, Intel collaborated with eight EMS firms and ODMs to boost laptop production, aligning with the ‘Make in India’ initiative.
Intel highlighted India’s electronics manufacturing industry’s potential and expressed a commitment to supporting the technology ecosystem through continued collaboration with the government, industry, and startups.
Speaking at the event, Santhosh Viswanathan, Vice President & Managing Director, India Region, Intel, said:
The evolving landscape of electronic manufacturing in India not only represents a promising journey marked by growth and diversification but also offers a significant opportunity. India is poised to emerge as a crucial hub for global electronics manufacturing, and Intel, a fundamental catalyst for electronic ecosystems globally, is wholeheartedly dedicated to the Government of India’s Make in India initiative.
This comprehensive display, showcasing a wide range of locally designed and manufactured electronics and IT products, reflects a transition beyond mere assembly to innovation and self-reliance. It stands as evidence of a future where India plays a substantial role in shaping cutting-edge technology on the global stage.
Commenting at the event, Gokul V Subramaniam, Intel India President & Vice President, Client Computing Group, said:
Fostering electronics manufacturing expertise in the country demands engineering leadership, collaborative ecosystems, and scaled production across diverse segments. Intel is dedicated to uniting these elements. The showcase today is the realization of that commitment – spotlighting capabilities from the local ecosystem and products from customers.
The Make in India initiative will elevate various engineering disciplines, fostering innovation and production leadership to cater to both the Indian and global markets. Intel has collaborated with the local ecosystem across Cloud/Data center, Network, PC, and Edge, comprehending, assimilating, and enabling the critical capabilities essential for high-volume electronics product manufacturing in India.
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