The AIC T-Hub Foundation has curated the second cohort for semiconductor startups, spanning a six-month program centred on chip-level innovation for telecom, IoT, AI, and automotive sectors.
Startups are chosen based on product innovation, patent portfolio strength, technological advancements, and the expertise of their founding team. This program includes group sessions, mentor meetings, investor demo days, and market access mixers. Participants will also receive support such as Multi-Project Wafer (MPW) assistance, Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools, access to T-works prototyping labs, and opportunities to engage with potential investors and customers.
This new semiconductor cohort, recently announced by T-Hub, aims to nurture 10 startups across six months, with the release unveiling eight startup names. This initiative, supported by Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), NITI Aayog, and the technology startup incubator, strives to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in the semiconductor domain, contributing to India’s technological landscape.
CEO M. Srinivas Rao affirmed T-Hub's dedication to providing critical support, strategic partnerships, and an innovation-centric environment for scaling semiconductor breakthroughs.
Rajesh Adla, CEO of AIC T-Hub Foundation, expressed their objective of cultivating an engaging ecosystem that encourages entrepreneurs to explore the semiconductor field actively. The cohort launch event witnessed participation from industries and IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan, among others, according to T-Hub's statement.