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Founded Year

2001

Stage

IPO | IPO

Total Raised

$102.34M

Date of IPO

8/18/2020

Market Cap

2.60B

Stock Price

5.20

About VeriSilicon

VeriSilicon (SHA: 688521) operates as a silicon platform as a service company. It provides system-on-a-chip (SoC) and system-in-a-package (SiP) solutions for end markets including mobile internet devices, data centers, the internet of things (IoT), automotive, industrial, and medical electronics. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Shanghai, China.

Headquarters Location

20F, No.289, Chunxiao Road, Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park, Pudong New Area

Shanghai, Shanghai, 201 203,

China

+86 21 6860 8888

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VeriSilicon Patents

VeriSilicon has filed 35 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • computer memory
  • broadcast engineering
  • image processing
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7/19/2021

10/10/2023

Computer graphics data structures, Video cards, 3D computer graphics, Nvidia graphics processors, Graphics chips

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Latest VeriSilicon News

VeriSilicon, Innobase launch RedCap dual-modem solution

Feb 12, 2024

VeriSilicon, Innobase launch RedCap dual-modem solution Monday, 12 February 2024 18:44 VeriSilicon, Innobase launch RedCap dual-modem solution 0 (0 votes) Silicon as a platform company VeriSilicon has collaborated with wireless communications technology and chip provider Innobase to jointly launch a 5G RedCap/4G LTE dual-modem solution. In a statement, VeriSilicon said the solution is now in mass production and will be launched soon. 5G Reduced Capability (RedCap) is an IoT-serving cellular technology defined by international standardisation organization 3GPP in 5G Release 17. It is aimed at mid-to-high speed IoT application scenarios, and together with 4G LTE forms a complete cellular IoT ecosystem. The partnership will see the expansion of VeriSilicon’s wireless communications IP portfolio to offer customers both 4G and 5G modem IP solutions. The two parties will also provide customers with a series of complete user equipment (UE) reference designs, covering critical components such as radio frequency (RF) transceivers and power management chipsets. “We are delighted to collaborate with VeriSilicon to fully leverage Innobase’s Yunbao Modem and VeriSilicon’s wireless connectivity technology. The IP supports data and voice services of various application scenarios including RedCap communication modules, affordable 5G smartphones, wearables, Internet-connected smart vehicles, industrial IoT, video surveillance, and smart grids,” said Innobase senior vice president Lu Wenbo. “Based on VeriSilicon's accumulated expertise in RF technologies and proprietary ZSP Digital Signal Processor (DSP) IPs, we have developed comprehensive wireless communication solutions that incorporate RF IPs, baseband IPs, and software protocol stacks,” said VeriSilicon senior vice president, general manager of custom silicon platform division Wiseway Wang. “By leveraging the advantages of advanced 22nm FD-SOI process in terms of low power consumption and high RF performance, we can deliver all-in-one wireless system designs, supporting diverse technical standards and applications such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, cellular IoT, and multi-mode satellite navigation and positioning,” Wang concluded. ELASTICON SYDNEY 2024 LATEST ADVANCEMENTS IN GENERATIVE AI On 20 February, keynote addresses from NAB, Canva, AWS, and Google Cloud, among others, will feature at ElasticON Sydney 2024. This event will explore the latest advancements in generative AI The one-day conference, hosted by leading search analytics company Elastic, will include networking drinks, hands-on labs, technical sessions and a stellar line-up of keynote speakers from finance, technology, and government e=sectors. ElasticON Sydney 2024 promises to be an enriching experience with a comprehensive exploration of the latest developments in security, observability, generative AI and their real world applications Don't miss out on this opportunity to network and find answers for what's next from your industry peers and leaders Register for ElasticON Sydney 2024 It's all about Webinars. Marketing budgets are now focused on Webinars combined with Lead Generation. If you wish to promote a Webinar we recommend at least a 3 to 4 week campaign prior to your event. The iTWire campaign will include extensive adverts on our News Site itwire.com and prominent Newsletter promotion https://itwire.com/itwire-update.html and Promotional News & Editorial. Plus a video interview of the key speaker on iTWire TV https://www.youtube.com/c/iTWireTV/videos which will be used in Promotional Posts on the iTWire Home Page. Now we are coming out of Lockdown iTWire will be focussed to assisting with your webinars and campaigns and assistance via part payments and extended terms, a Webinar Business Booster Pack and other supportive programs. We can also create your adverts and written content plus coordinate your video interview. We look forward to discussing your campaign goals with you. Please click the button below. Kenn Anthony Mendoza is the newest member of the iTWire team. Kenn is also a contributing writer for South China Morning Post Style, and has written stories on Korean entertainment, Asian and European royalty, Millionaires and Billionaires, and LGBTQIA+ issues. He has been published in Philippine newspapers, magazines, and online sites: Tatler Philippines, Manila Bulletin, CNN Philippines Life, Philippine Star, Manila Times, and The Daily Tribune. Kenn now covers all aspects of technology news for iTWire.com. Latest from Kenn Anthony Mendoza GUEST OPINION: After the multiple high-profile cyberattacks of late 2022, Australian companies and their customers would be forgiven for thinking they would get through 2023 relatively unscathed. But we were proved very wrong in the lead-up to Summer with three stark reminders that our critical IT and network infrastructure remains vulnerable to both outages and hackers. You will recall that one of our leading telco networks, Optus, went down, taking its CEO in its wake, and that we faced the possibility of Christmas being cancelled because ports operator DP World was subject to a cyberattack that left parcels stranded. Of course, both incidents passed relatively quickly, but not without a great deal of angst and financial pain. Then, just before Christmas, St Vincent’s Health was hit by a cyberattack that put patient data at risk. As we enter 2024, we in the IT infrastructure industry must let the collective memory of these incidents serve as an important post-holiday wake-up call to be more vigilant than ever to protect our critical IT infrastructure and to recover fast when, inevitably, it does take a hit. {loadposition kenn} Many a CTO watched these incidents with a mixture of sympathy for the companies affected and deep gratitude that it wasn’t them on the hook. But with cyber threats becoming ever more sophisticated and access to critical infrastructure such as connectivity becoming perceived as a basic human right, a “there but for the Grace of God, go I” approach is simply not going to cut it in 2024. So, what needs to be done? On the network side of things, we can both say with confidence that we have never seen a fully robust network in our almost 50-year collective careers. So, we would caution any telco or network-reliant company declaring that they will never have a network outage again. There will always be a weak spot, something that can bring the whole network down. Traditionally the wider IT community has taken network for granted and has just assumed it’s a simple case of “shove data packets in there and they’ll fall at the other end in the right order”. Thankfully, network resiliency is now recognised as a central part of ICT strategy: after all, the network sees everything. Being prepared for network failure means several things for enterprises. For a start, there’s having another ISP ready if yours falls over, configuring your systems correctly so that if one goes down, the other kicks in seamlessly, and having another backup, such as 5G. Then there’s configuration. For instance, are your dark fibres all coming into your main distribution frame (MDF) from different directions, or are they all coming from one side so that when a rogue tradie puts his shovel through your fibre, your network becomes non-functioning? And how does that scale throughout your entire internal network? These are the kinds of fundamental questions that can only be answered with joined-up ICT departments and systems that talk effectively to each other. It is why all our technology practices within Kyndryl work together to ensure the business continuity and business impact plans we develop with customers cover all bases and are able to be quickly implemented when it really matters (such as at 11pm on Christmas Eve, hypothetically speaking). Then we test, test, and test the plans again. That’s what we encourage enterprises to do in 2024, all the while considering the most fundamental question: is your back-end infrastructure actually outdated and unsuited to cope with the explosion of both data volumes and cyber risk? If so, that is a whole other conversation and one you should not shy away from. We expect more and more businesses and government departments to embrace and make IT infrastructure modernisation a key priority in 2024 because, without fit-for-purpose infrastructure, it could be your network that falls over or your operations that get stopped - and your organisation ends up on the front page for all the wrong reasons. GUEST RESEARCH: By 2026, 80% of new enterprise digital infrastructure investment is forecast to be operated through a subscription-based model, according to the Global Interconnection Index (GXI) 2024. GXI 2024 predicts that in order to meet the ever-growing demands of data-dense technologies such as AI, 5G and edge computing, IT decision-makers are increasingly shifting away from long-term purchases of physical equipment, such as servers, routers, and storage arrays, in favour of flexible subscription-based models. This shift from Capex to Opex started with multicloud adoption but is now becoming the norm across all infrastructure out to the edge, providing enterprises with greater agility in architecting their infrastructure everywhere while ensuring they have access to the most efficient technologies. “Industry patterns have shown that the traditional procurement process of buying your own IT hardware, if that is not your business, is becoming a competitive disadvantage,” said Equinix vice president of digital transformation and segmentation Steve Madden . “The pace of hardware innovation is increasing (especially with GPU technologies), putting pressure on price-performance ratio and infrastructure efficiency. Globally, digital transformation requires businesses to become more agile while adapting to dynamic changes. Subscription models can offer continuous improvement and easier adoption of new technologies already in place.” Additional forecast and trends from GXI 2024: Digital economy continues to expand: Global interconnection bandwidth is forecast to grow at a 34% five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR), reaching 33,578 terabits per second (Tbps) by 2026. Asia-Pacific is 28% of global interconnection bandwidth and is forecast to grow at a 35% CAGR to 9,28Tbps by 2026, with the second highest CAGR growth in core metros in Asia Pacific for 37%. Sydney is forecast to reach 1,141Tbps by 2026, growing at a 34% CAGR, making it the fourth-largest metro in the region, behind Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong. Accelerating growth of ecosystems: Globally, organisations are connecting with 30% more business partners in twice as many locations. Asia-Pacific has the fastest-growing enterprise sector out of all regions (at a 42% CAGR), outpacing service provider growth rates by over 31%. Digital proximity drives business at the edge: Edge infrastructure has shown the highest growth rate and is expected to expand at over two times the rate of core through 2026. A major hub for enterprise growth, Melbourne is the fastest growing edge metro in the world in terms of interconnection bandwidth, as well as in the region, with a 45% CAGR. {loadposition kenn} “In the current dynamic environment, subscription-based access to thriving ecosystem is the only way organisations will be able to build and scale a digital infrastructure capable of sustaining the business transformation resulting from AI, edge and other technologies,” said EK Media Group chief of research Elias Khnaser . “Organisations across Australia continue to align technology priorities with business imperatives. Continuous evaluation of how core and edge digital infrastructure enables participation in key ecosystems drives material business value. With AI and other emerging technologies driving innovation, businesses will ramp up their investments in these capabilities to change their operations and deliver new digitised services and revenue opportunities. The projected interconnection bandwidth growth in both Sydney and Melbourne reaffirms their strategic positions where digital leaders continue to deploy near customers, employees, and their operations,” said Equinix Australia managing director Guy Danskine . About the GXI The Global Interconnection Index (GXI) 2024 report, published by Equinix, is a source of insights on interconnection and its increasing impact on digital leaders. The report offers a comprehensive analysis of the digital economy's evolving landscape. The GXI forecast combines Equinix data on interconnection along with market intelligence research to produce an industry-wide forecast. This edition of the GXI provides an estimate for interconnection adoption across all carrier-neutral facilities (including third-party facilities) in 2022 and forecasts growth out to 2026. About Equinix Equinix is the world’s digital infrastructure company. Digital leaders harness Equinix’s trusted platform to bring together and interconnect foundational infrastructure at software speed. Equinix enables organizations to access all the right places, partners and possibilities to scale with agility, speed the launch of digital services, deliver world-class experiences and multiply their value, while supporting their sustainability goals. COMPANY NEWS: The next time you open wide and say, “aah,” your doctor may be able to detect much more than inflamed tonsils. She may recognise laryngeal cancer. But it won’t happen with the doctor peering down your throat with a flashlight. Instead, you’ll be stretching that universally recognised sound – “aah” – for two to three seconds into an app on your phone. Clever artificial intelligence takes over immediately with a medley of Intel-based hardware and software comparing the quality of your voice against scores of trained data and running the results through other complex algorithms. The results – exceeding 80% accuracy – are returned seconds after you’ve recorded your voice. {loadposition kenn} This marvel of medical technology has been developed by Taiwan hospitals as a promising proof of concept for how AI technology can save lives. Over the past year, Intel has partnered with Far EasTone Telecom (FET) – a leading network provider in Taiwan – and Taiwan-based hospitals to build more accurate AI models to support the app and power diagnostics research. By analysing voice data from a network of participating hospitals including the Far Eastern Memorial Hospital (FEMH) and Taichung Veterans General Hospital, both in Taiwan, and the United States’ Vanderbilt University Medical Centre in Tennessee, researchers collaborate and contribute toward a common larynx cancer diagnostic AI model. All data is federated and, most important, anonymised to preserve patient privacy. “Intel’s Open Federated Learning allows all healthcare providers participating in larynx cancer detection modeling to contribute to training the model while helping to protect patients' private data,” says Intel Taiwan vice president and general manager Grace Wang . “With the addition of more partners and more data, the team will continue to optimise the model, and the outcome will benefit more and more people,” Wang says, explaining how JelloX Biotech, an Intel ecosystem partner, contributed to the partnership. Early detection saves lives and preserves voices For years, larynx expert Dr Chi-Te Wang , MD, Ph.D, the director of AI Centre of Far Eastern Memorial Hospital, struggled to detect early-stage laryngeal cancer. Dr Wang says there was a huge incentive to diagnose early. By catching laryngeal (throat) cancer early, treatment with surgery or radiation could reach success rates of about 90% and, crucially, preserve a patient’s voice. Delays in treatment often result in permanent vocal cord damage and, potentially, the loss of one’s ability to speak naturally. Interactions with numerous patients soon led Dr Wang to a what-if idea: Could voice-based analysis lead to early cancer detection? But that revelation soon led to a brick wall – there was just too much data to process. A two-decade-old problem That’s when Intel stepped in to help. “We learnt about Dr Wang’s project from our friends at FET, and we realized he was struggling with training an accurate AI model given the vast amounts of data collected across numerous hospitals,” explains Intel director of healthcare regional centre of excellence (CoE), sales, and marketing communications group George Tai . “We leveraged our broad partner network to bring in tech experts who could help, and we assisted with building the infrastructure from the ground up.” That AI model is built on 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors (Sapphire Rapids), FPGA accelerators and two open source software tools: Intel’s very own OpenVino and the open sourced OpenFL. “Previous efforts to detect abnormal voice samples using machine learning began 20 years ago, but the technology was never good enough for clinical scenarios,” says Dr Wang, explaining how his experience in the field led him to hypothesize that abnormal voice quality would be one indication of early-stage laryngeal cancer. “Thanks to Intel’s IRTI [Intel Rise Technology Initiative] project, we developed an AI model based on a universal sound: ‘aah.’ The best advantage of this model is its potential application around the world, no matter what languages we speak.” Extending laryngeal cancer detection thanks to 5G Tai adds that the ability to detect early-stage laryngeal cancer extends far beyond packed cities in Taiwan. “Thanks to low-latency 5G mobile networks, we’re able to extend this service to rural areas in Taiwan that are far from major hospitals. All a patient has to do is to say ‘aah’ into a phone and the inferenced model will return an immediate result,” Tai says, adding that a positive result will direct the user to a nearby hospital for physical checkups and, possibly, a biopsy to confirm the diagnosis. For its next act, the joint team intends to scale this win broadly across Asia and into other markets. Discussions are underway with interested parties in the US and Vietnam, Tai says. “In 2020, as soon as 5G service was launched, Far EasTone introduced 5G telemedicine. Today, we provide services in 12 municipalities and 35 townships across Taiwan, serving over 30,000 people,” explains Far EasTone Telecom telecommunications director healthcare products Eric Chen. “We are thrilled to work with FEMH and Intel on developing the larynx cancer detection application and we value the cross-vertical partnerships formed. We will continue to leverage our expertise in 5G connectivity, information, and communication technology and integration, making the society better.” Finnish telecommunications vendor Nokia has collaborated with T-Mobile to supply the telco gateway solutions that support LTE, 5G NSA, and 5G SA for its fixed-wireless high-speed internet (HSI) traffic. Nokia said it will deploy its multi-access gateway (MAG) solution, “which will allow T-Mobile to improve service scalability, and time to market.” A Nokia spokesperson told tech publication Fierce Wireless that the Nokia MAG supports various deployment models, including software-only hardware-only, and a combined software/hardware approach. A T-Mobile spokesperson also told the publication that the company is deploying a combination hardware and software option. {loadposition kenn} Nokia claimed the platform can scale the bandwidth for HSI traffic to multiple Tbps/s. Nokia added as T-Mobile expands its HSI service to more homes, it will benefit from higher bandwidth with lower space and power. The Nokia MAG uses 7750 Service Routers (SR) to deliver broadband services over fixed-wireless access technologies. It combines the throughput and power savings of an NPU-assisted user-plane architecture on 7750 SR systems, while providing the flexibility of the 3GPP control-plane architecture. “Our MAG solution, which uses our advanced FP5 IP routing silicon, will help T-Mobile to effectively enhance service capacity, scalability, and speed to market,” said Nokia president of network infrastructure Federico Guillén. T-Mobile serves more than 4.2 million customers with its FWA HSI product. It aims to reach its target of seven million to eight million customers by 2025. Last month, telco AT&T announced it will deploy Ericsson for its Open RAN initiatives. Recently, Nokia and Ericsson made headlines last week when both announced their financial woes. Both Nordic vendors are bracing weaker telco demand and face R&D risks. Ericsson CEO Börje Ekholm revealed that the company slashed 9,000 jobs and its employee headcount recorded in financial earnings was down from 105,529 in December 2022 to 99,952, a year later, Light Reading reported. Nokia, on the other hand, plans to cut between 9,000 and 14,000 jobs by 2026, slashing US$867 million and US$1.3 billion off annual costs. This first appeared in the subscription newsletter CommsWire on 29 January 2024. Mobile core network (MCN) market growth has been reduced to less than a 1% CAGR for 2023-2028. Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) market segment and the 5G MCN market segment will lead MCN market’s growth, according to market research firm Dell’Oro Group. The Mobile Core Network & Multi-Access Edge Computing 5-Year January 2024 Forecast Report listed the following highlights: - The 4G MCN market segment is expected to have a -16 % CAGR. - The IMS Core market segment is expected to have a 1% CAGR. - The APAC, excluding China, region is expected to have a 4% CAGR, followed by Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) with a 3% CAGR. “This is the fourth consecutive time we reduced the growth rate of the MCN market as the build-out of 5G Standalone (5G SA) networks continues to wane compared to 5G non-standalone (5G NSA) networks,” said Dell’Oro Group research director Dave Bolan. “The buildout of 5G SA networks is going slower than anticipated which is restraining growth in the marketplace. To date, we count 50 5G SA eMBB networks that have been commercially deployed worldwide by Mobile Network Operators (MNOs).” {loadposition kenn} “We counted 18 new 5G SA networks in 2022, but only 12 were launched in 2023. On a positive note, we believe a lot of work has been done in the background, preparing for 5G SA launches by MNOs and we expect 2024 to have more launches than 2022.” Bolan forecast the MEC market segment will lead the charge for growth rates in the MCN market with 26% CAGR for 2023 to 2028. The 5G MCN market segment will lead at a 7% CAGR. “In 2028, we project about 75% of 5G subscribers will be on 5G SA networks. Additionally, about 60% of 4G subscribers are expected to be on converged 5G Cores in 5G SA networks,” Bolan said. RedCap NR (reduced capability new radio) equipped with IoT will energise the growth of the MEC market, he pointed out. “5G Advanced (3GPP Release 18) was recently approved and we expect minimal impact on the 5G MCN market segment, except in China during the forecast period,” Bolan concluded.

VeriSilicon Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was VeriSilicon founded?

    VeriSilicon was founded in 2001.

  • Where is VeriSilicon's headquarters?

    VeriSilicon's headquarters is located at 20F, No.289, Chunxiao Road, Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park, Shanghai.

  • What is VeriSilicon's latest funding round?

    VeriSilicon's latest funding round is IPO.

  • How much did VeriSilicon raise?

    VeriSilicon raised a total of $102.34M.

  • Who are the investors of VeriSilicon?

    Investors of VeriSilicon include Xiaomi, IDG Capital, Intel Capital, Shanghai Zhangjiang Torch Venture Capital, Sunic Capital and 22 more.

  • Who are VeriSilicon's competitors?

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