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Microchip improves response time to critical system events on CAN networks with new 8-bit MCU with Core Independent Peripherals

Microchip improves response time to critical system events on CAN networks with new 8-bit MCU with Core Independent Peripherals

14 November 2017, New Delhi, [NASDAQ: MCHP] — Microchip’s PIC18 product line has been expanded to include a new line of 8-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) that combine a Controller Area Network…

Latest single-wire serial EEPROM from Microchip enables remote identification

Latest single-wire serial EEPROM from Microchip enables remote identification

9 November 2017, New Delhi, [NASDAQ: MCHP] — A single-wire, two-pin Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM) device with a 2.7V to 4.5V operational voltage range is now available from…

Registration Now Open for Microchip’s 14th Annual India MASTERs Conference

11 October 2017, New Delhi, [NASDAQ:  MCHP] —Microchip Technology Inc. today announced that registration is now open for its annual India MASTERs Conference.  This is the fourteenth annual India MASTERs,…

WACKER to build new Production Facilities for Dispersions and Polymer Powders in South Korea

WACKER to build new Production Facilities for Dispersions and Polymer Powders in South Korea

Munich and Ulsan, September 28, 2017 – Wacker Chemie AG is expanding its existing production plants for polymer binders in South Korea . The Munich-based chemical company plans to build…

Microchip’s unique external CAN FD controller enables CAN Flexible Data Rate (CAN FD) in new and existing designs

Microchip’s unique external CAN FD controller enables CAN Flexible Data Rate (CAN FD) in new and existing designs

25 September 2017, New Delhi, [NASDAQ: MCHP] — The industry’s first external CAN Flexible Data Rate (CAN FD) controller is now available from Microchip Technology Inc. The MCP2517FD allows designers…

Microchip’s new power monitoring IC increases software power measurement accuracy to 99 percent in Windows 10 devices

20 September 2017, New Delhi, [NASDAQ: MCHP] — The PAC1934, a precision power and energy monitoring chip, is now available from Microchip Technology Inc. The chip works in conjunction with…

Microchip’s MPLAB® Harmony software upgraded to including more efficient code and enhanced graphics development tools

Microchip’s MPLAB® Harmony software upgraded to including more efficient code and enhanced graphics development tools

12 September 2017, New Delhi, [NASDAQ: MCHP] — MPLAB® Harmony 2.0, the fully featured firmware development framework for PIC32 microcontrollers, is now available as a free download from Microchip Technology…

Alstom inaugurates Lucknow Metro in India

Alstom inaugurates Lucknow Metro in India

05 September 2017 – Alstom today inaugurated Lucknow Metro – the first project for the company in Uttar Pradesh. The Alstom-built metros are designed in Bengaluru and manufactured at Sri…

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar inaugurates Schneider Electric’s Solar Energy Training Centre in Cuttack

New Delhi, August 22, 2017: Spiritual guru, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, today inaugurated Schneider Electric India Foundation’s Solar Energy Training Center at Sri Sri University in Cuttack, Odisha. The inauguration…

REALTY BYTES: INDIA TOPS GLOBAL RETAIL DEVELOPMENT INDEX IN 2017; OVERTAKES CHINA: CBRE

New Delhi, August 17, 2017: CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd, India’s leading real estate consulting firm, today announced the findings of its latest India Retail MarketView Report – H1, 2017. According to the report, India has topped the global Retail Development Index in 2017, overtaking China. This is indicative of the growing prominence of India as a preferred retail destination for global retail brands. According to the report, during the first 6 months of the year, there were 70 new entries/expansions by global and domestic brands across the cities of Mumbai, Delhi-NCR and Bangalore. Seven new global brands entered the country and investments into the segment by PE Firms/Wealth Funds touched USD 200 million. Additionally, several retail developments were completed across select cities resulting in approximately 1.5 million sq.ft. of fresh supply entering the market. During the first half of the year, demand for quality retail space remained robust with a majority of this supply concentrated in Mumbai, Bengaluru and Delhi- NCR. Commenting on the findings of the report, Mr. Anshuman Magazine, Chairman, India & South East Asia, CBRE said, “Our ranking on the 2017 Global Retail Index for developing countries as well as continued investment by private equity players is a demonstration of the sustained preference of international brands to set up, or expand their operations in India. With several legislations and policies in implementation mode, we are already seeing an increase in consumer and investor confidence. This will have a cascading effect on the retail segment. Overall, retail real estate will continue to grow and witness healthy demand across tier I and II cities.”   Vivek Kaul, Head, Retail Services, India for CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd. said, “The fact that demand for quality space continues to outstrip the supply is indicative that the retail real estate segment across key cities in India is growing exponentially. While global brands continue to evaluate and consider quality retail developments in the top cities, with growing globalization, smaller cities are also gaining prominence and witnessing traction. While there still remains some ambiguity around the highway liquor ban, resulting in F&B operators being in wait and watch mode, the overall market sentiment continues to be positive.” During the 1st half of the year, a number of international brands already present in the country expanded their presence. Several hypermarkets too were in expansionary mode including Big Bazaar which opened new stores in Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai.  Clothing retailers such as Max and Pantaloons were also active during the review period.   As per the report, rental trends continued to vary across key high streets in major cities during the review period. While high streets such as Connaught Place, Khan Market, and South Extension in Delhi and Park Street and Elgin Road in Kolkata witnessed a rental appreciation, rentals in most other high streets remained stable. At the same time, some high streets such as Linking Road in Mumbai and MG Road in Pune saw a marginal dip in rentals. City Highlights: NCR Approx. 0.2 million sq.ft. of fresh supply entered the market Fashion and apparel continued to dominate leasing activity Noida witnessed healthy leasing activity, specifically in Mall of India Low vacancy levels led to select micro-markets in the city witnessing rental appreciation for prime retail developments Mumbai Leasing activity was driven by domestic F&B operators and foreign retailers from various segments Over 1 million sq.ft. of supply came into the market with the completion of Seawoods Grand Central Mall Rentals on Linking Road recorded a minor correction while rental values across other high streets and organized retail developments remained largely stable Bengaluru Steady leasing activity observed across high streets and shopping centers Approximately 0.3 million sq.ft. of fresh retail supply entered the market Rental values across high streets and shopping centers remained stable In the coming quarters, sustained traction from both global and domestic brands could lead to rental appreciation in organized developments in the Central, Eastern and Western locations Hyderabad Retail leasing witnessed upward momentum during H1, 2017 Demand was largely driven by the apparel, entertainment, electronics and F&B sectors While no new supply entered the market in H1, 2017, the 2ndhalf of the year is expected to witness the completion of more than one million sq.ft. of organized retail space Retails remained stable across several high streets while witnessing a 6-8% increase in central Hyderabad and 8-9% in Western Hyderabad on a half yearly basis Chennai The city witnessed robust leasing activity across both high streets and shopping centers driven by the F&B, apparel, supermarket and jewelry segments Rental values across key high streets and shopping centers remained largely stable during the review period. Express Avenue Mall in Central Chennai, witnessed a rental appreciation in the range of 10 -12% on a half yearly basis…

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