Tianeye data show that Ankai Microelectronics, the operating entity of Ankai Microelectronics, has a shareholder change, the new shareholder is one of the investment entities of the Yangtze River Xiaomi Fund Hubei Xiaomi Changjiang Industrial Fund Partnership (limited partnership), One of thousand banks of capital’s investment entities, Zhuhai Thousand Bank Gawker Venture Capital Partnership (Limited Partnership) and Core Fund Market Information Consulting (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Among them, Hubei Xiaomi Changjiang Industrial Fund Partnership (Limited Partnership) and Zhuhai Qianhang Gaoke Venture Capital Partnership (Limited Partnership) have 4.33% and 1.19% shareholdings, respectively. At the same time, the company’s registered capital rose from about $14.8948 million to about $15.355 million.
Public information shows that the Yangtze River Xiaomi Industry Fund was established in 2017 with a target size of RMB12,000 million, and was jointly launched by Xiaomi Technology Co., Ltd., Hubei Province Yangtze River Economic Belt Industry Guidance Fund Partnership (Limited Partnership), and the fund will be used to support the business development of Xiaomi and Xiaomi EcoChain enterprises.
Tianeye data show that Ankai (Guangzhou) Microelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. was established in April 2001, the legal representative is founder NORMAN SHENGFA HU (Hu Shengfa). The company’s majority shareholder is Ankai Technology, with a stake of 31.69 percent. In addition, Guangzhou Technology And Financial Innovation Investment Holdings Co., Ltd., who llysited by the Guangzhou Municipal Finance Bureau, has a stake of 3.64%.
According to the company’s official website, Ankai Microelectronics was founded in 2000, headquartered in Guangzhou, China, is a chip design company (Fables IC Design House) that provides core chips for Internet of Things smart hardware. At present, the main products include Internet of Things camera core chip, Bluetooth chip and application processor chip, widely used in video surveillance, Bluetooth audio (speakers, headphones, etc.), fingerprint / face recognition products (locks, access control, etc.), smart home, education electronics and other fields of end products.
On August 26th Lei Jun, chairman and chief executive of Xiaomi Group, said Xiaomi had invested in 12 smart manufacturing and semiconductor chip industries in the past two years, and three had been listed on The Semiconductor board in the past two months, First Financial reported.
E-commerce giant Alibaba Group bought C-Sky, a Chinese chipmaker, last year, according to public filings. The company’s chief technology officer later said it would launch its first artificial intelligence chip in the second half of 2019. According to the Forecast Industry Research Institute, the size of China’s semiconductor industry will exceed 2 trillion yuan in 2019.