By Kate Yuan
(JW Insights) Aug 22 -- China’s leading IC design house Ingenic (北京君正) has applied self-developed NPU technology in chips including T40, T41, and A1, and has started mass producing them, the company informed its investor platform of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on August 21.
Founded in 2005, Beijing-based Ingenic focuses on CPU and SoC products, which have been widely seen in electronic products. The company went public on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in 2011.
Ingenic's storage chips find significant applications in various sectors, including automotive, industry, medical treatment, telecommunications, and consumer markets. The automotive electronics market represents the largest share, accounting for over 40%.
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