With a registered capital of 10 million yuan, Tencent once again deployed the integrated circuit industry

At present, it is not uncommon for home appliance companies, Internet companies and other cross-border companies to get involved in the semiconductor industry. Especially in recent years, the Sino-US trade tensions have accelerated the process of localization of the semiconductor industry.

Today, in addition to Huawei, Xiaomi, Ali and other companies accelerating the layout, Tencent has also begun to join the cross-border road of the semiconductor industry.

On September 4, Shenzhen Chuanghai Digital Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Chuanghai Digital”) was officially established. According to the company’s information, Chuanghai Digital has a total investment of 10 million yuan, and is 100% invested by Shenzhen Tencent Computer System Co., Ltd.

With a registered capital of 10 million yuan, Tencent once again deployed the integrated circuit industry

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It is worth mentioning that the company’s business scope covers a wide range, in addition to information transmission, software and information technology services; technology development and sales of computer software and information system software; mechanical equipment, hardware products, Electronic products: computers, software and sales of auxiliary equipment; information system design, integration, operation and maintenance; information technology consulting and other businesses, the most attention is the integrated circuit design, research and development.

Source: Qichacha

In fact, this is not the first time Tencent has tested the integrated circuit industry.

In November 2016, Tencent was one of the lead investors in Barefoot Networks, a programmable chip company that was acquired by Intel in 2019.

In 2018, Tencent led the Pre-A round of investment in AI chip company Shanghai Suiyuan Technology Co., Ltd.; in June 2019, Tencent continued to co-invest in the company’s new round of financing.

In addition, in March this year, Shenzhen Baoan Bay Tencent Cloud Computing Co., Ltd. was formally established. The company is wholly-owned by Tencent Cloud Computing (Beijing) Co., Ltd., and its legal representative is Wang Jingtian, vice president of Tencent Cloud.

Although Tencent’s layout of the semiconductor industry is not as frequent as Ali, as one of the Internet giants, if Tencent is determined to eat the “big cake” of the semiconductor industry, it will continue to increase investment in the future, and even not Exclude all parties or capital forces to jointly promote the development of China’s semiconductor industry.

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