Chinese fabless firm with Dutch office raises funds

June 24, 2020 //By Peter Clarke
Chinese fabless firm with Dutch office raises funds
Wuhan Silicon Integrated Co. Ltd. a Chinese developer of sensors and audio amplifiers with offices in Eindhoven, has raised 180 million yuan (about US$25.4 million) in its Series B round.

The round was led by CTC Capital participation of Allin Capital and Jiangmen Investment Fund. The money will be used to bring SI's 3D imaging back-illuminated high-resolution time-of-flight sensors into mass production and to conduct R&D on lidar and on multi-sensor fusion technology.

In March 2020, the company launched its SIF2310 sensor, which can be used for facial and gesture recognition or autonomous driving, according to reports. The firm’s smart audio power amplifier chip, the SIA810X is designed to boost the magnitude of audio signals and protect speakers from overheating. It has been used on tens of millions of smartphones.

The company was founded in January 2016 with a focus on analog and mixed-signal chip design. The company is headquartered in Wuhan with a subsidiary in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

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