Speaking of Konka, the first reaction of most people is definitely home appliances, but while the TV market is getting more and more frustrated, Konka is quietly transforming, and the semiconductor business has made some achievements.
In 2018, Konka officially established the Semiconductor Technology Division, with the goal of reaching a total revenue of 100 billion in five years, and is committed to becoming China’s top ten semiconductor companies.
In January 2019, Konka Semiconductor Industrial Park landed in Hefei. In June 2019, Konka Semiconductor Optoelectronics Industrial Park landed in Chongqing, with a total investment of 30 billion yuan.
In December 2019, the core team of Konka Semiconductor was established. The members generally have educational backgrounds such as Stanford University, Fudan University, University of Science and Technology of China, Taiwan Tsinghua University, etc., as well as rich industry experience.
Today, Konka officially announced that the company’s first embedded memory main control chip KS6581A has been mass-produced, and the first batch of 100,000 are being shipped, mainly for smartphones, tablet computers, smart TVs, set-top boxes, automotive electronics and other products .
Konka said that the chip took more than 300 days and nights of careful polishing. The successful mass production and shipment is an important node of Konka’s technology strategy and a breakthrough in Konka’s core components. It will be combined with 5G, AI and IoT to create a more personalized intelligence. products to accelerate the construction of smart homes and smart cities.
The specific specifications of this chip are not yet clear, only that it supports eMMC 5.1.
In the future, Konka Semiconductor will be “driven by technological innovation”, and strive to achieve significant breakthroughs in business scale, operating efficiency, and market position through measures such as system capability improvement and vertical integration of the industry chain, contributing to the development of the regional economy and the national semiconductor industry. strength.