A new 12-inch wafer CIM localization project in Beijing operated by China's leading chipmaker, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC), was recently suspended.
Supreium, a Beijing-based industrial software developer, announced it has obtained nearly 100 million yuan ($14.96 million) in A and A+ rounds of financing. The leading investors were IDG and Sequoia China.
Shanghai UniVista Industrial Software Group, an EDA and industrial software solutions provider, announced on Wednesday that it has completed a pre-A round of financing exceeding 1.1 billion yuan ($164.3 million).
CARIAD, an automotive software company that is part of Volkswagen Group, announced on Thursday the establishment of a subsidiary in China, also publishing an official strategy for the country.
AI programming robot developer company aiXcoder announced on Tuesday that it had received tens of millions of yuan in round-A financing, following investment by GL Ventures.
Shandong Hoteam Software Co., Ltd. (HoteamSoft) on Tuesday announced its completion of round-C financing totaling nearly 400 million yuan ($63 million).
X-Epic, a leading enterprise in EDA (Electronic Design Automation) industrial software technology, announced that it had completed several hundred million yuan in a Pre-B round of financing.
This week’s China VC news: the flying car subsidiary of EV-maker Xpeng Motors, HT Aero, bagged a whopping $500 million Series A investment, and more.
Xiamen Current Technology Co., Ltd., running an online collaborative CAD platform, announced on Monday that it has completed an A Round of financing garnering nearly 100 million yuan ($15.67 million).
On June 26, Tesla filed a recall plan with the State Administration for Market Regulation Supervision of China as the company Tesla will make an online software update related to assisted driving.
Chinese software company Tuya (NYSE: TUYA) was able to raise $915 million in its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange, making it the second-largest Chinese corporate IPO in the United States.
Microsoft said it will continue providing services to Chinese users in response to recent rumors that it will no longer offer Windows services in China.
According to Reuters, the Trump administration took steps to restrict exports of artificial intelligence software in order to protect sensitive technologies from competitors such as China.
On December 26, Huawei Cloud launched its cloud-based enterprise software WeLink for both governments and companies alike.
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