QSM Semiconductores opens development center in Querétaro

QSM Semiconductores opens development center in Querétaro

QUERETARO - QSM Semiconductores inaugurated a development center in Querétaro in which it invested US$3 million and which seeks to put Mexico on the semiconductor map.

In an event attended by state authorities and company executives, Marco Antonio Del Prete Tercero, Secretary of Sustainable Development, highlighted that, with this investment, the entity drives a new industry niche with design, programming and packaging, which is what adds value to the product.

"Querétaro is a pioneer in the semiconductor industry," said the Secretary, who pointed out that the government will continue to promote manufacturing, since it represents 30% of the state's Gross Domestic Product.

He also emphasized that this type of investment adds value to the economy. Now they are looking to go to the next level through knowledge, which is why they are making alliances with research centers.

Alejandro Franco, CEO of QSM Semiconductors, commented that they are a Queretaro-based company with a clear objective: to put Mexico on the semiconductor map, from design to manufacturing.

The executive explained that this chip engineering center will employ more than 60 specialists. It is worth mentioning that QSM Semiconductors develops products for the electronics, audio, video, office, gaming and toy industries.