Qualcomm CEO Discuss About AI With Adani, What else awaits us in future?

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Qualcomm CEO Discuss About AI With Adani

Qualcomm CEO Discuss About AI With Adani: Business plans are being discussed between Qualcomm and the Adani group in 5G, the internet, and chips.

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Qualcomm Technologies showed off the Qualcomm AI Hub at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 in Barcelona as part of its new AI work. 75 AI models in this hub are already very good. Such as Baichuan 7B, ControlNet, Whisper, and Stable Diffusion.

Generative AI has come a long way and gotten a lot of attention in the past year.

On Monday, CEO of Qualcomm Cristiano R. Amon and rich man Gautam Adani talked about AI, computers, and edge goods. Tech changes very quickly these days. Adani said on social media that the two leaders met in Mumbai on Monday morning to talk about what India can do in areas like AI, mobility, and chips.

While Qualcomm is big on designing and manufacturing semiconductors and wireless telecommunications products, Adani group purchased a small quantity of 5G spectrum in 2022 to deploy private captive networks in ports, logistics, and power generation. Several data centers are being built by Adani.

Insights from the Discussion on AI between Qualcomm CEO and Adani

On March 14, Amon is expected to inaugurate a new design center in Chennai worth Rs 177.3 crore. Up to 1,600 skilled professionals will be employed at the new center, which specializes in wireless connectivity solutions and innovations that complement Wi-Fi technologies.

There was no mention of any planned partnerships in the post about Adani Data Networks’ plans to deploy a 5G network in the 26GH band.

“Great meeting with Qualcomm CEO @cristianoamon & his leaders! Inspiring to hear his vision for semiconductors, AI, mobility, edge appliances, and much more across different markets. Exciting to hear about his plans and commitment to India’s potential!,” Adani said in a post on X.

There is a nascent semiconductor industry in India and the government is keen to combine unparalleled design capabilities with USD 10 billion in incentives to entice manufacturers to set up fabs and units that will compete with Taiwan, South Korea and China.

Cristiano R. Amon and Gautam Adani talked about AIElectronic devices, such as automobiles, computers, mobile phones, and even washing machines, rely on semiconductor chips, which are made in semiconductor fabs (semiconductor fabrication plants).

Three semiconductor plants, including a megafab by Tata Group, have been approved by the Cabinet at a cumulative investment of Rs 1.26 lakh crore. In partnership with Taiwan’s Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp, Tata Electronics Pvt Ltd will establish a semiconductor factory in Dholera, Gujarat.

The government has also approved a proposal by Tatas to build a greenfield semiconductor assembly and test facility in Jagiroad, Assam, with a capacity of 50,000 wafers per month.

It is expected to generate over 27,000 direct and indirect jobs in the region with an investment of Rs 27,000 crore.

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