SMIC, the leading Chinese chipmaker, aims to play a major role in the hastening semiconductor arms race.
Chinese chipmaker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) on August 11 announced several board changes and its financial report for the second quarter of this year.
Tudor Brown, the former president of British tech giant Arm, announced on August 11 through his LinkedIn page that he has resigned from the board of directors of Chinese IC manufacturing company SMIC.
A new 12-inch wafer CIM localization project in Beijing operated by China's leading chipmaker, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC), was recently suspended.
Shanghai-based computer chip firm SMIC, announced late Thursday that Zhou Meisheng, Executive Vice President of Technology Research & Development and a core technician of the company, has retired.
SMIC announced that it signed a cooperation agreement with Shanghai's Free Trade Zone Lin-Gang Special Area Administration.
SMIC has released its report for the first half of 2021, revealing a 278% year-on-year increase in net profits compared to the same period last year.
On July 4th, SMIC announced that Wu Jingang, a core technician, recently applied to resign from his position for personal reasons and completed the resignation procedures.
The Trump administration on Thursday added nine Chinese firms to government blacklists of companies that it says have ties to the Chinese military.
Chinese internet giant Sina announced on Sept. 28 that it would go private and delist its US shares, ceasing to trade on Nasdaq where it went public in 2000, after an entity led by Charles Chao, the chairman of Sina, boosted its offer for the company to $43.3 a share in cash.
Shares of China's largest silicon chip maker, SMIC, plummeted on Monday after Reuters reported that the US plans to blacklist the company.
Shares of China’s biggest contract chipmaker SMIC soared by 245.96% to 95 yuan ($13.59) on its first day of trade in Shanghai.
The State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) released its statistics and information about China’s major fields. In 2017, the number of patent applications in China was 1.38 million, a year-on-year increase of 14.2 percent.