CDIL Semiconductors (Continental Device India Pvt. Ltd.), India’s first semiconductor chips and components manufacturer, will be adding new semiconductor packaging lines via the Government of India and MeitY’s SPECS scheme. With the new lines, CDIL aims to increase its annual capacity by 100 million units. The company initiated the first phase of this production with a surface mount packaging line of 50 million devices that will be inaugurated on September 28th, 2023 by Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar Ji, Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology & Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.
With 59 years of legacy, CDIL today is a semiconductor and electronics service provider to a worldwide customer base across Consumer, Industrial, Defence, Aerospace and Automotive. The company has many industry leaders as long term customers spread throughout the world including USA, UK, Germany, China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, South Africa, and Egypt.
Commenting on the expansion of the product lines, Prithvideep Singh, General Manager, CDIL Semiconductors said, “In line with our steadfast commitment to innovation and market diversification, CDIL Semiconductors has strategically positioned itself to meet the burgeoning demands of the industry especially the power electronics, automotive, and defence sectors, both within India and on a global scale. As we reflect upon this progress, we recognize that this is only the beginning. The groundwork has been established and will stand as a pivotal cornerstone for the company’s future endeavours.”
CDIL has established an advanced high reliability (HiRel) and testing laboratory located at Mohali in addition to its NABL Accredited facility in Delhi. The HiRel laboratory is a crucial part of qualifying CDIL’s devices for stringent sectors like Automotive, Defence, and Aerospace.
Being the 1st Indian semiconductor company to obtain the IS/ISO 9002 and IATF 16949 quality system certifications, CDIL was the first to introduce India to silicon semiconductor technology in 1964. Currently, it produces a comprehensive range of discrete semiconductor devices including Transistors, Diodes, Rectifiers, Schottky Diodes, Thyristors, Voltage Regulators, Transient Voltage Suppressors and MOSFETS, with specialities in power Semiconductors, and high-reliability components.
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