Renesas partners with Tata in advanced electronics for India and emerging markets

Renesas, a leading Japanese-based semiconductor solution provider, has partnered with Tata Group’s subsidiaries for EVs, semiconductors, and telecom networks, emphasizing the ever-growing partnership between the two companies.

According to a Renesas press release, Renesas will work with Tata Group companies Tata Motors and Tehas Networks to design, develop and manufacture Renesas semiconductor solutions to enhance innovation across electronic systems for India and emerging markets. Announced a strategic partnership with.

Renesas and Tata Motors will work together to accelerate the development of next-generation automotive electronics and electric and connected cars, and to strengthen Tata Motors’ position in key markets. To effectively address the evolving customer aspirations, Renesas and Tata Motors seek non-exclusive partnerships on emerging technologies such as ADAS.

Renesas is working with Tejas to implement next-generation wireless network solutions, including the design and development of semiconductor solutions for wireless units (RUs) used in 4G, 5G, and ORAN telecom networks. This enables open and flexible 5GRAN deployment. In addition to enabling wider interoperability. The two companies initially aim to roll out products and solutions for India and plan to expand their footsteps in the global market.

In addition, Renesas and Tata Consultancy Services, another subsidiary of the Tata Group, will collaborate by establishing a joint system solution development center in Bangalore. The planned Innovation Center will leverage Renesas’ semiconductor solutions and TCS industry experience to focus on comprehensive system solutions for the IoT, infrastructure, industrial and automotive segments.

The Tata Group has been accelerating its EV and semiconductor businesses in recent years. Tata Motors is the top electric four-wheeled buggy brand in terms of registration.according to Economic Times, Tata Electronics is in talks with semiconductor companies around the world to cooperate in advanced packaging such as heterogeneous integration. Meanwhile, Tejas Networks acquired Bangalore-based fabless IC startup Sankhya Labs in March.

Meanwhile, Renesas has announced a partnership with Tata Elxsi to build an EV ecosystem that includes Bangalore’s Advanced Design Center. Renesas partners with Tata in advanced electronics for India and emerging markets

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