Established in 2019, Inbisen is a supplier of high-performance analog mixed-signal chips, aiming to improve the competitiveness of China's semiconductor industry with distinct products.
On July 8, Inbisen (Chinese: 英彼森), a manufacturer of analog mixed-signal chips, announced its completion of A+ funding round worth nearly CNY 100 million (USD 14.9 million), led by Huajin Investment (Chinese: 华金投资) and Huoyan Capital (Chinese: 火眼资本).
The proceeds will be used to accelerate product development, talent recruitment, the construction of supply chains and quality control systems.
With the rapid development of new energy vehicles, photovoltaics, and the Internet of Things, the demand for high-performance signal chain and power management products is increasing in many fields such as sensing, communication and power industry.
Based on third-party statistics, China is the world’s biggest analog chip market, accounting for more than 50%, with a growth rate significantly higher than the overall global market.
According to Huajin Investment, startups have flocked to the high-performance analog chip business in China. To stand out in this track requires a high level of R&D experience and market vision. Inbisen managed to finish the tape-out and volume sales of several high-performance analog integrated circuits (IC) within three years, showing its strong competitiveness.
The company’s core team is made up of talents from foreign giants, such as Intel, Infineon, Qualcomm. In less than three years since its establishment, Inbisen has launched several high-performance products for various industries, such as power communication, sensor modules and precision industry, and supplied a large volume of products to leading players.
In the future, Inbisen plans to further its operations in new energy, new sensor and automobile sectors, keeping its focus on independent technological innovation.
Its competitors include Atom Semiconductor (Chinese: 原子半导体), GongmoSemi (Chinese: 共模半导体), Cosine (Chinese: 科山芯创), ChipNext (Chinese: 芯耐特) and Dioo (Chinese: 帝奥微).