Wuxi Leapers Semiconductor Co., Ltd., a Chinese manufacturer of high-performance SiC modules, secured an A+ round of financing from New Alliance Capital and SoftBank China Venture Capital.
Suzhou Oriental Semiconductor Co., Ltd., a computer chip manufacturer based in China, on Thursday officially listed to Shanghai's Sci-Tech Innovation Board (STAR Market).
According to the prospectus, the firm plans to raise 2.686 billion yuan ($422.5 million) in the transaction.
Mauna Kea Semiconductors (MKSemi), a low-power ultra-wideband (UWB) company, recently announced the completion of a Pre A+ round of financing, raising over 80 million yuan (about $12.6 million).
GTA Semiconductor carried out a change in registration with the country's Industrial and Commercial Administration on December 31, 2021, adding Xiaomi and other firms as shareholders.
Suzhou Yuntu Semiconductor Co., Ltd. announced on Friday that it has completed round-A financing of 100 million yuan ($15.7 million).
Four months after completing its A+ round of financing, Matrixtime Robotics has announced the completion of an A++ round, worth around 100 million yuan ($15.69 million) and led by Inno-Chip.
Chinese computer chip firm Changsha Chixin Semiconductor Technology Co., Ltd. announced on Wednesday that it will launch its first commercial ultra-wideband (UWB) chip: the CX300.
Jin Cunzhong, Executive Deputy Secretary General of China Electronic Production Equipment Industry Association (CEPEA), introduced the current situation of China's semiconductor equipment industry.
Magnachip, a South Korean semiconductor company listed on the New York Stock Exchange, announced on Monday that its merger with Chinese private equity firm Wise Road Capital was officially terminated.
Shanghai Analogy Semiconductor Technology Co., Ltd., an analog and mixed-signal design company, completed its round A of financing worth nearly 200 million yuan.
Xiamen Sky Semiconductor, a company dedicates to 5G RF device packaging and integration technology, announced on Monday that it had completed a B round of financing worth several hundred million yuan.
Shenzhen Habo Technology Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership), belonging to telecommunications and tech giant Huawei, has become a new investor in Suzhou Jingtuo Semiconductor Technology Co., Ltd.
Nextin, a South Korean company involved in the process of detecting product defects and metrology, is reportedly in talks with up to five Chinese semiconductor companies to supply its equipment.
SMIC announced at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Friday that SMIC Holdings, National Integrated Circuit Industry Investment Fund Phase II and an investment institution have agreed to set up a joint venture (JV) in Shanghai.