The Smartphone Design Training aims to provide specific smartphone design training to Design Engineers from Electronics or Telecommunications domain, through a dedicated Senior Talent Program to lead design projects successfully in India. Curated by MediaTek India, the program schedule will be 2 month long and is meant for experienced design Engineers from Electronics domain with minimum 5 years’ experience or candidates with excellent academic background, graduate from tier-1 colleges, with minimum work experience of 2 years out of which at least 1 year must be in core Telecom industry.
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Handset Hardware Design Development Program 2016-17
Work-life balance is important! Especially when you’re away from home for a long while. As our new friends stayed in Taiwan for several weeks, they took the chance to be tourists and experience a few wonders of the Island.
On arrival engineering managers from India took a tour of the MediaTek HQ showroom. The students were introduced to MediaTek innovations and technologies by staff, learning their significance and advantages for their future products.
The closing ceremony was held at the MediaTek Headquarters in Hsinchu, Taiwan on 13th January. Ms. Aruna Sundararajan, Secretary of MeitY, joined the ceremony via video conference. MediaTek Chairman and CEO, Mr. Ming-Kai Tsai congratulated all participants who completed the training in person, along with Mr. Ming-Ji Wu, Director General of Industrial Development Bureau at MOEA in Taiwan.
How the Make in India program originated. Working with MediaTek, we hope to offer Indian engineers the chance to create unique products that meet the exact needs of their local market.
MediaTek builds from the foundation: from project overview, through hardware and software knowledge to real hands-on practice.
We worked with engineers to understand what tests are required and how these labs perform the tests to make great smartphones.
Interviews with specialist training managers from MediaTek partners
Part one of interviews with Indian engineers managers expressing what they learnt through working with MediaTek
Part two of interviews with Indian engineers managers expressing what they learnt through working with MediaTek
Part three of interviews with Indian engineers managers expressing what they learnt through working with MediaTek
Nothing beats the taste of home to keep you going! We helped our Indian friends so they could cook authentic Indian meals, and in exchange we learnt a thing or two about Indian cooking as well!
MediaTek Chairmen, M K Tsai, makes a speech to the program attendees in the closing ceremony.
MediaTek Senior Department Manager, Pierce Kuo, lead the design training courses. This instruction aimed to equip the engineering managers with the necessary theory and practical skill to lead a team of junior engineers to create smartphone designs within India.
The daily courses taught the practical and management skills and related environments that need to be performed in order to create new smartphone products locally.
In addition to staff teaching and training, MediaTek also invited our partners to teach the Indian engineers as well. This exposure to the extended smartphone ecosystem not only builds wider relationships, but also necessary experiences beyond what MediaTek can teach.
This was also a first for MediaTek staff. Acting as teacher and trainers...
In order to create leading technologies, cutting-edge test facilities are required. MediaTek has invested heavily in specifically tailored labs to...
Cross-cultural exchange didn’t stop when the working day ends! Because the Indian engineers spent several weeks in Taiwan with MediaTek...