Huawei Hubble Invests in Integrated Circuit Firm Accusilicon

Guangzhou-based integrated circuit manufacturer Accusilicon has issued a change to its official industrial and commercial registration information. On August 1, Shenzhen Hubble Technology Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership), an affiliated company of Huawei, was added as a shareholder of the company, and its registered capital increased from about 7.09 million yuan ($1.05 million) to about 7.89 million yuan.

Accusilicon was established in July 2014. Its legal representative is Zheng Hongzhi, and its shareholders include Zheng Hongzhi, Zhou Yi, Xinjiang Yuandaolong Equity Investment Co., Ltd. and other companies. In September 2020, it also obtained the shareholding investment of Hubei Xiaomi Changjiang Industrial Investment Fund Management Co., Ltd.

The company focuses on hybrid analog integrated circuit design, and has leading ultra-low noise technology, image sensor technology and smartphone jack protection and encryption technology. In 2015, the company acquired American IC chip manufacturer Accusilicon, and the latter became the the US R&D center of Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, also adopting its name. In 2020, due to the adjustment of strategic planning, the company’s registered location was transferred to Guangzhou, and the company altered its Chinese name accordingly.

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The chips provided by Accusilicon include switch chips, protection chips, DAC/ADC chips, digital signal processors (DSP) and so on. Product applications include smartphones, digital communications, audio/video uses and system solutions. Based on these technologies, it can provide customers with ASIC and SoC customized development, module development, system development and clock development.

Shenzhen Hubble Technology Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership), established on April 15, 2021, is one of Huawei’s semiconductor industry investment platforms, mainly investing in startup enterprises in the field of semiconductors.