By Miranda Li
The award ceremony for 13 final winners of “Chip Power 2022” demo competition was held at the 6th JWSS (Jiwei Semiconductor Summit ) in Xiamen City of southern China’s Fujian Province on July 16. They won the "The Most Valuable Investment Project Award," JW Insights announced.
The "Chip Power 2022" competition, jointly run by China Semiconductor Investment Alliance (CSIA) and JW Insights, aims to create a more professional and efficient platform for entrepreneurs and investors, and has become a new force in China's semiconductor investment field.
After the finals on July 15, a jury of 40 top Chinese investor judges voted the 13 winners:
EPIC MEMS (开元通信技术（厦门）有限公司)
Gona- SEMI (上海果纳半导体技术有限公司)
Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing（Xiamen) Co.,Ltd(化合积电（厦门）半导体科技有限公司)
Novaco Microelectronics Technologies (南通至晟微电子技术有限公司)
Aichuang Microelectronics (合肥艾创微电子科技有限公司)
Nanjing Xinganxian Technology(南京芯干线科技)
Alkaid SEMI (瑶芯微电子科技（上海）有限公司)
Nanjing PW Smart Technology (南京品微智能科技)
Guangzhou Tyrafos Semiconductor Technologies (广州印芯半导体技术有限公司)
Shenzhen Hypernano Optics (深圳市海谱纳米光学科技有限公司)
MOFFETT AI (墨芯人工智能科技（深圳）有限公司)
ARTMEM Technology (珠海妙存科技有限公司)
At the same time, six startups have won the "Investment Institution Recommendation Award" and are selected by the institutional investor jury:
Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing
Novaco Microelectronics Technologies
Guangzhou Tyrafos Semiconductor Technologies
After the announcement, Ding Wenwu, Director of China Semiconductor Investment Alliance and President of the National IC Industry Investment Fund, presented awards to all winners.
The fourth "Chip Power 2022" demo competition officially started on March 9 this year, with 12 preliminary demo projects staged till June 22. Over three months, more than 120 projects signed up for the demo competition and more than 40 projects participated in the online demo.
The entrepreneurial projects in this year’s “Chip Power 2022” demo competition have shown their strong strengths in breaking through technological barriers, competitiveness, and business models, according to the judges from the 40 top Chinese investment companies.
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