New Delhi, April 6 -- In the final quarter of last year, India saw a significant surge in the establishment of new Global Capability Centres (GCCs), with approximately 30 per cent focusing on the semiconductor domain.

This trend underscores a burgeoning interest in harnessing local talent across various segments like front-end design, performance testing, and post-silicon validation, as per findings from a Nasscom-Zinnov report.

According to the Nasscom-Zinnov report, the global semiconductor talent pool stands at 2.3 million individuals, with the US, China, and India collectively constituting 50 per cent of this pool.

Bengaluru and Hyderabad jointly host around two-thirds of India's semiconductor GCCs, accommodating over two-thirds of...