Intel India and the IT hardware ecosystem are bolstering the 'Make in India' initiative by showcasing a range of domestically manufactured laptops and IT products at the India Tech Ecosystem Summit in New Delhi. The event convened numerous local manufacturers to exhibit a diverse portfolio of locally designed and produced devices, emphasizing Intel's commitment to advancing technology-led growth in alignment with the Indian government's Make in India initiative.
Highlights of the event included the introduction of a locally manufactured server featuring 4th Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors by Meganet Technologies and C-DAC's High Performance Compute server Rudra. The showcase featured over 25 innovative products, including Banking on Wheels, Thin Clients, All-in-One clients, multi-function kiosks, and more. These offerings demonstrated the wide spectrum of Make in India solutions developed by over 10 original design manufacturers (ODMs), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and other ecosystem players.
Santhosh Viswanathan, vice president and managing director, Intel India, expressed optimism about India's electronic manufacturing landscape, stating that it signifies a promising journey marked by growth and diversification. He emphasized India's potential to become a key hub for global electronics manufacturing. Viswanathan highlighted Intel's commitment to the Make in India initiative, describing the showcase as a shift towards innovation and self-reliance, showcasing a future where India plays a significant role in shaping global cutting-edge technology.
The event served as a platform for matchmaking between government entities, enterprises, OEMs, the local ecosystem, and Taiwanese ODMs, fostering domestic and international collaboration, knowledge exchange, and business opportunities. Distinguished speakers from the government and leading ecosystem players, including Microsoft and Google, delivered keynotes, sharing insights on the future of technology in India.
Gokul V Subramaniam, president and vice president, Client Computing Group, Intel India, highlighted the importance of engineering leadership, ecosystem collaboration, and production at scale in developing electronics manufacturing expertise in the country. He emphasized Intel's commitment to bringing these facets together and showcased the capabilities of the local ecosystem and products from customers. India's electronics manufacturing industry is at a crucial juncture, and Intel reaffirmed its commitment to enabling access and opportunities for the technology ecosystem in the country. The company pledged to continue collaborating with the government, industry, and startup community to create a meaningful impact on India's technological landscape