We are a China-based fabless semiconductor company that designs, develops, and markets radio-frequency and mixed-signal semiconductors for a broad range of cellular, broadcast, and connectivity applications. According to iSuppli Corporation, an independent research firm, we are the second largest provider of analog application specific standard products (which include radio-frequency and mixed-signal semiconductors) for wireless communications based in Asia Pacific as measured by revenues in 2009. We shipped our first product in 2005, and our diversified product portfolio currently includes power amplifiers, transceivers and front-end modules, FM radio receivers, set-top box tuners, analog mobile television receivers, walkie-talkie transceivers, LNB satellite downconverters and Bluetooth system-on-chip.
Our core competency is the design of highly integrated, high-performance radio-frequency and mixed-signal system-on-chip. We have developed our core competency through a combination of technical know-how, system and application level knowledge and expertise in mixed-signal integrated circuits which convert real-world analog signals, such as sound and radio waves, into digital signals that electronic products can process. Through internal development and licensing, we have assembled an extensive library of radio-frequency, mixed-signal, and digital signal processing building blocks, which enables us to develop our comprehensive system-level intellectual property. Our system-level intellectual property includes FM, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, analog mobile television, China multimedia mobile broadcasting (CMMB), digital audio broadcast (DAB), and other radio-frequency components including 2G and 3G transceivers, digital video broadcast-terrestrial (DVB-T) and digital video broadcast-satellite (DVB-S) tuners, and power amplifiers. Our technology platform, comprising of all the above, enables us to improve our design efficiency, increase the productivity of our engineers and develop new products quickly to meet customer requirements.
Last updated October 26, 2010