America is at the forefront of chip manufacturing in the world. After America comes the number of countries like South Korea, Taiwan and China. India is not included in this list. But in the last few years, companies have been encouraged to make chips locally in India. In such a situation, India has also joined the race to make chips and semiconductors. In fact, experts believe that in the coming days, the next war is not on oil but on chips. This point of the expert is also looking true, because when there was a war between Russia and China, there was a problem of chip and semiconductor shortage all over the world.
What is semiconductor?
A semiconductor is a small piece of silicon. Semiconductor means semiconductor. It is a good conductor and bad conductor of electricity. It controls the flow of electricity.
India’s position in making semiconductors
India currently does not make any semiconductor chip. But on behalf of PM Modi, emphasis has been laid on creating an ecosystem for making semiconductor chips. Also, huge investments are being made.
What is the condition of the rest of the world
By the year 2030, the demand for semiconductor in the world can double. At present, this business is about 500 billion dollars. There is a war-like situation between the US and China in chip making. America is banning chips and other electronic products made in China. The names of countries like Taiwan and South Korea also come to the fore.
Why the demand for chip increased
Chip is used extensively in the military. The demand for artificial intelligence has increased in military capability such as missiles and other electronic products. Weapons are working in automatic mode. Drones can also be mentioned in this. There was a lot of discussion about drone war in Ukraine war.
Why India is not able to make it?
Making semiconductors is not easy. This is a very complicated process. The only problem is that chips are getting smaller and faster day by day. This is the reason why companies who are already working in this field have more resources and research work, which is helping them to make advanced chips every day.