I am always delighted when people leave comments, especially suggesting some names or things that I may have overlooked. One such name I may have missed, especially from the line-up of the formidable embedded systems and software industry of India is Procys, a company, where, a reader has suggested that: "most of the employees of Intel or TI for that matter would have served at Procsys once at least!"
First of all, many thanks for that reminder, friend. However, please don't forget that I am merely a blogger putting down my thoughts. My list of India's top 10 embedded companies is probably not the final list! Nor am I connected with any media house to qualify as someone who's list should be considered as an authority!
I just want to remind readers that this blog is merely an honest attempt to be part of the Indian technology ecosystem. As I said, I don't represent any media house. My thoughts are personal and do not represent the industry status or opinion.
I've mentioned earlier the difficulties I've had to face, and continue to face, while blogging! Why, some people have outrightly looked down on my blogging! ;) Some others have said -- What are you writing? If it is not about IT, who will read that stuff? Don't try to do such things in India! :)
However, it pleases and humbles me to find that some readers of this blog think so! ;) All I can say is a warm thanks to all of those who care to stop by this blog!
What pleases me even more is the continuing interest in the now known might of the Indian embedded systems and software (and services) industry.
According to the ISA-IDC report of 2007 on the Indian semiconductor and design industry: the embedded software industry in India accounts for a $5.98 billion or 81 percent of the projected share of overall revenues in 2008. This has been further projected to grow to $7.29 billion or 81 percent of the projected share of overall revenues in 2009! That is quite a substantial growth!
This may be a tough year in comparison. However, have full faith in India's embedded systems and software industry. It will continue to rule for a while, am sure!