Simmtronics plans to increase tablet production to 6 lakh units per month

Telecom Lead India: Simmtronics Semiconductors, a
manufacturer of memory modules, tablets and netbooks in India, is planning to
increase its tablet manufacturing capacity to six lakh units per month by the end of 2012.


Simmtronics has taken this strategic step in a bid to
meet the growing demand of tablets in the country.


The company has increased its tablet manufacturing
capacity to 3 lakhs per month at its manufacturing facility in Roorkie.


Simmtronics has a projection of tablet orders of 2
million tablets during 2012-13. The company’s tablet range includes 7″ and 10″
resistive and capacitive tablets.


“Our continued success of the tablets, as well as
the stronger growth rates of the tablet markets has forced us to increase our
tablet manufacturing capacity to 3 lakhs units per month. This will help us to
meet the growing demand of our products in India. In addition to India, we will
also be exporting these products to countries like Dubai and South
Africa,” said Indrajit Sabharwal, managing director, Simmtronics Semiconductors. 


Simmtronics technical and R&D capability is the
highest quality in India and it is already competing with the big brands in the
global market.


Simmtronics added that it can manufacture the tablets to
the customers / users technical specifications and requirements. 


The company has three manufacturing facilities and has
sales offices in UAE, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, India, UK, USA
and Singapore.


In addition to memory module, the company is also the
leading company in the Motherboards and VGA cards space.


In Asia Pacific region, the company’s product portfolio
includes Memory Modules 128mb to 2GB memory modules for 6000 different types
for desktops, servers, laptops, motherboards for Intel / Nvidia and Nvidia
graphics cards.


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