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epostar-elec.com

Founded Year

2014

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

About EpoStar Electronics

EpoStar Electronics focuses on developing silicon IPs, FTL algorithms, and controller architecture for SSDs. It aims to enable cost-effective movement of "Big Data" to NVM by delivering a new generation of SSD based storage solutions for data center, cloud, and client applications.On April 15th, 2020, EpoStar Electronics was acquired by YEESTOR. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

EpoStar Electronics Headquarter Location

#609,Taibang Technology Building, Gaoxin South 4th Road Nanshan District

Shenzhen, Guangdong,

China

86-755-26922956

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Expert Collections containing EpoStar Electronics

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EpoStar Electronics is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Semiconductors, Chips, and Advanced Electronics.

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Semiconductors, Chips, and Advanced Electronics

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EpoStar Electronics Patents

EpoStar Electronics has filed 22 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer memory
  • Computer storage devices
  • Data management
patents chart

Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/5/2018

3/2/2021

Computer memory, Error detection and correction, Memory management, Coding theory, Computer storage devices

Grant

Application Date

3/5/2018

Grant Date

3/2/2021

Title

Related Topics

Computer memory, Error detection and correction, Memory management, Coding theory, Computer storage devices

Status

Grant

Latest EpoStar Electronics News

China Digest: Yeelight closes Series C+; YEESTOR raises Series B round

Apr 15, 2020

April 15, 2020 Chinese smart lighting brand Yeelight has completed a Series C+ round while the country’s flash memory controllers provider YEESTOR has closed a Series B round after it merged with domestic counterpart EpoStar Electronics. Smart lighting brand Yeelight raises Series C+ round Chinese smart lighting brand Yeelight on Monday announced the completion of a Series C+ round of financing from Hong Kong-based financial service firm China Everbright Limited, and CITIC Goldstone Fund Management, a private equity affiliate of CITIC Securities. Financial details of the new round were not disclosed. But China’s Cathay Capital, a former investor of Yeelight, said in a statement on Tuesday that the startup raised an aggregate of nearly 200 million yuan ($28 million) in its Series C and C+ rounds. The former round, which Yeelight completed back in November 2018, was led by Chinese cross-border investment firm Cathay Capital , with participation from Lantu Capital, Chinese venture capital firm Shunwei Capital, and Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC. Yeelight, founded in 2012, develops AI and Bluetooth-enabled smart lighting products that include home lighting, table lighting, atmosphere lighting, and an intelligent control system. The startup joined the Xiaomi eco-chain in 2014, in which the Chinese smartphone major aligns with smaller players in the “smartphone + AIoT” ecosystem to help them design and build smart home products. Headquartered in eastern China’s Qingdao city, the company delivers products compatible with a wide range of internet of things (IoT)-based smart platforms including Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Xiaomi Mijia. The firm has so far shipped over 15 million products to customers across more than 110 countries and regions worldwide. With over 300 employees, Yeelight now operates about 30 offline stores in China and is expected to expand the number to cross 300 in 2020. It recorded over 1 billion yuan ($142 million) in revenue in 2019. Proceeds of the new round will be used for the research and development of new lighting materials and products, expansion of its sales and service channels, as well as investment into talent training. China’s YEESTOR merges with EpoStar, closes Series B round Chinese flash memory controllers supplier YEESTOR Microelectronics has merged with Shenzhen-based solid-state drive (SSD) developer EpoStar Electronics, which will enable YEESTOR to leverage the firm’s patented technology to reinforce product performance. Along with the merger, YEESTOR has also received hundreds of millions of yuan in a Series B round led by USD-denominated semiconductor investment fund Alphatecture, with participation from Beijing-based Delian Capital and global venture capital firm Walden International, according to a statement on Wednesday. Shenzhen-based YEESTOR develops and sells storage controllers with a focus on flash memory controllers. The firm has set up branches in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Hefei, and Changsha. The company has established a product line that covers USB, memory cards, security storage controllers, and PCIe SSD, a high-speed expansion card that integrates flash directly on a server motherboard, among others. These products are widely used in data centres, servers, PCs, smartphones, tablets and other devices. YEESTOR was formed in April 2018 following the merger of Chinese memory chips providers SiliconGo Microelectronics and Auspitek. The venture gathered 300 million yuan ($42 million) in a Series A round led by Stonebrook Capital, and China’s Hua Capital Etown Management. Walden International, Chinese NAND flash applications maker Longsys, Tsinghua Holdings-backed THG Ventures, Chinese electronics firm TCL, Shenzhen-based smartphone business Transsion Holdings, and cross-border venture capital fund Glory Ventures also poured money into the Series A round.

  • When was EpoStar Electronics founded?

    EpoStar Electronics was founded in 2014.

  • Where is EpoStar Electronics's headquarters?

    EpoStar Electronics's headquarters is located at #609,Taibang Technology Building, Gaoxin South 4th Road, Shenzhen.

  • What is EpoStar Electronics's latest funding round?

    EpoStar Electronics's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of EpoStar Electronics?

    Investors of EpoStar Electronics include YEESTOR, Puhua Capital, Procash Capital, Glory Ventures and China Fortune-Tech Capital.

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