Our Mission

Kanada Technologies (KT) was founded in the year 2011 with the aim of creating a talent pool with an ultimate workforce preparatory experience for careers in VLSI. We offer encyclopedic guidance to the engineering students into the depth and breadth of VLSI technology with the most appropriate inter-fusion of theoretical classes, lab work, and project guidance to get hands on experience assisted with corporate level understanding of the semiconductor industry. Having the tag-line ‘Inspiring Innovations’ we are also offering  internships  to the few proficient students from the training group providing them  a chance to work  intensively with us on our  product development ideas and implementation.

Our Crew – The elite group

Our pride is in the core competent group that we have on board. We currently have 10 engineers who have 5 plus years of experience in the VSLI MNCs. Having worked extensively in different domains like Analog and Mixed signal, Memories, Standard Cell Libraries, CPU verification, STA and with varied experience in Circuit Design, Layout, Physical Design, Verilog modeling, FPGA implementation using VHDL/Verilog, Low Power Design, we certainly envisage to make a difference.

We also have started diversifying ourselves into software development with the eminent group of 3 engineers with their expertise in Embedded Systems, C Programming and Software Testing.

What’s in a name? An interesting anecdote

Kanada (Sanskrit: कणाद) Technologies was named in the honor of great Indian sage Kanada of 2nd century BC. It was Kanada who originated the idea that anu (atom) was an indestructible particle of matter. An interesting story states that this theory occurred to him while he was walking with food in his hand. As he nibbled at the food in his hand, throwing away the small particles, it occurred to him that he could not divide the food into further parts and thus the idea of a matter which cannot be divided further came into existence. He called that indivisible matter anu, i.e. atom. He also stated that anu can have two states - Absolute rest and a State of motion. (Source)

The Logo

The logo is a rotational ambigram that depicts KT in all four directions.