Parag Naik, CEO of Saankhya Labs has been profiled by Tele.net magazine in their September 2020 issue.
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New Space Policy is a momentous step in India’s Space Odyssey, says Vivek Kimbahune, Executive VP, Saankhya Labsadmin2020-09-10T12:43:50+00:00
Vivek Kimbahune, EVP Sales and Business Development, Saankhya Labs gave an interview to Financial Express where he talked about India's push towards the private sector participation in space and Saankhya's satcom solutions.
Saankhya Labs has been featured in an interesting story in Livemint which highlights how Indian tech companies are developing 5G solutions. The story talks about Saankhya Labs’ expertise in 5G including Open RAN, chipsets and hardware.
Parag Naik, CEO Saankhya Labs gave an interview to ET Telecom wherein he spoke about Saankhya Labs’ plan to launch indigenous 5G network solutions by 2021.
Parag Naik, CEO Saankhya Labs, gave an interview to Tech Pod magazine where he touched upon various aspects including 5G Broadcast solution for WFH challenges, Software Defined Radio Platform, AI and the IoT industry and importance of Big Data in IoT.
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Saankhya Labs explains how 5G networks with features like higher speeds, low latency, network slicing and use of mm-wave spectrum will benefit key sectors of the economy.
Parag Naik, CEO Saankhya Labs was quoted by Semiconductor Wiki in the article "Should India invest in Semicondutor Manufacturing". He opined that India should prioritize investment in “fabless” design firms that generate chip demand, control intellectual property rights (IPR) and direct product sourcing.
Parag Naik, CEO Saankhya Labs, participated in a Round Table discussion on Leapfrogging Digital infrastructure organized by Business Today. He spoke about the crucial need for indigenization of the critical portion of the digital infrastructure.
Electronics B2B magazine interviewed Parag Naik, CEO, Saankhya Labs. He spoke about the semiconductor industry in India and whether we should focus on fabs or fabless design companies.