By Peter Clarke, EETimes Europe
January 31, 2017
Cricket Semiconductor, an analog and power pure-play foundry project that was being prepared for touch down in India, is running late and could end up being constructed in a different country.
The plan, announced in 2015, was for Cricket to break ground for an analog and power circuit wafer fab in 2016 – with Indore in Madhya Pradesh as the likely location – and that it would begin producing chips in 2018.
"The project has taken longer than we had anticipated, and it may continue to move at a pace that is slower than our preference," Lou Hutter, a former Texas Instruments executive working on the project, said in email correspondence with EE Times Europe.
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