MediaTek Aspires to Expand Business in India
MediaTek is an established name in the field of technology. Its chips power to many low-priced phones. The Taiwan-based firm wants to expand at our home ground and affirmed the same in a meeting with the Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today.
The company aspires to make technology accessible to everyone and remarked in an official statement –
MediaTek chairman (MK Tsai) shared his commitment to make technology more accessible for people. He was encouraged by the great market potential that India holds in the field of technology and high tech services. He shared with the Minister that MediaTek is keen on expanding its presence in India.
The maker only designs chips and doesn’t manufacturer them on its own. It gets the products made from its vendors. The Telecom minister made it known the flexible policies and great demand for technology in the country and highlighted the ‘Make in India’ program in which accessible technology is the prime criteria.
Mr. Shankar shared the views of establishing BPOs in rural areas and creating more IT hubs in small towns, which in turn will bring prosperity and growth to the lesser developed parts of India.