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ICube Lauched a Series of Network Security Products

For years, our company has been dedicated to the field of chips with independent intellectual property, which has got huge progress and is moving ahead steadily. At the same time, we are trying to develop our own security products of network so as to take our chips into customers products more easily in the future. A series of products has been lauched duing years, including high-end firewall, load balancing products, flow control products and so on. Now we are trying to provide our high-performance network security service and system...

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ICube Participated at China IC Expo 2014

May, 2014.  The Shenzhen (International) Integrated Circuit Technology Innovation and Application Expo, a.k.a. China IC Expo (CICE), is the dominant cross-application-discipline IC trade show held yearly in China.  In this year’s trade show, ICube show-cased its IC3138 SoC chip targeting the smart home appliance and internet of things market segments, and its touch-screen UI reference design solution based on the IC3138.  The touch-screen UI solution runs on top of Android 4.2, and demonstrates how traditional hard-key controls on...

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ICube Received IC3138 Mass Production Chip Samples

March, 2014 – The first batch of IC3138 SoC chips arrived at ICube’s Shenzhen headquarters on March 11, 2014.  IC3138 is ICube’s third taped-out semiconductor chip, and is the first that incorporates only a single UPU core.  The chip has gone through qualification test rounds that shows that it meets its targets in terms of features, functions and performance. Even though the IC3138 SoC chip incorporates only a single core, the MVP processor core provides enough resources for four hardware threads to execute in parallel,...

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ICube Showcased Products and Technology during Government official Visit

September, 2013 – Vice Premier Ma Kai visited the Shenzhen Integrated Circuit Center (SZICC).  During the visit, Vice Premier Ma toured ICube’s work room where ICube’s demos on Android system, GPU 3D graphics, and video decoding and playback were on display. Accompanying Vice Premier Ma for the visit was Miao Wei, Minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Wang Zhi Gang, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Zhu Xiao Dan, Governor of GuangDong, Xu Qin, Mayor of ShenZhen and many other...

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ICube CTO Simon Moy nominated for membership in the Academic Advisory Committee of the Shenzhen MicroNano Institute

May, 2013 – Shenzhen MicroNano Integrated-Circuit and System Applications Research Institute (Shenzhen MicroNano Institute) has nominated ICube CTO Mr. Simon Moy as member of its Academic Advisory Committee. Shenzhen MicroNano Institute was founded in 2013 under direct support from various levels of the Shenzhen city government. This non-profit organization is the first of its kind to function specifically as a technology incubator in fundamental IC technology and its related application areas. Its Academic Advisory Committee is made up...

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ICube V.P. Bill Wong Appointed as Member of the Experts Committee of the Shenzhen ICC

January, 2013 – Mr. Bill Wong, Vice President of ICube Corporation (ICube), is appointed as a member of the Experts Committee of the Shenzhen Branch of the National Integrated Circuit Design Industrialization Center (Shenzhen ICC). Shenzhen ICC is one of eight ICC base organizations formed by the Ministry of Science and Technology. Its charter is to promote the growth of the IC industry in Shenzhen and to accelerate technological innovations in the IC field. For the last few years, ICube has been a key member of Shenzhen ICC,  working...

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ICube Partners with Peking University on Multi-thread Processor Research

December, 2012 – ICube Corp., a leading processor design company in China, today announced their partnership with the School of Computer & Information Engineering, Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, on multi-processor and multi-thread processor technology research. This research project is part of the “Core Technologies Breakthrough Program” sponsored by the Nanshan district government in Shenzhen, China. Since the invention of the first CPU chip in 1971, there has been continuous innovation in the area of microprocessor...

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ICube Leading the SZSTI Key Research Project of “Indigenous Processor based SoC Design”

August, 2012 – ICube to lead the research efforts in “Indigenous-Processor-Based SoC Design”, a key research project of SZSTI. ICube Corp., a leading processor design company in China, today announced that it has been selected by SZSTI (Shenzhen Science & Technology Innovation Commission) to play a leading role in the research project “Indigenous-Processor-Based SoC Design”. Processor is at the heart of all modern digital devices. China has been conducting research and development on CPUs for many years and has achieved good...

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Industry Veteran Bo Liu Joined ICube as VP Engineering

April, 2012 – ICube today announced that Bo Liu has joined the company as VP of Engineering. Mr. Liu has more than 20 years’ experience in engineering management. Mr. Liu joined ICube from C2 Microsystems, where he was VP of Software and Applications. Before C2, he has served in engineering management in various well-known companies.  He was VP of Applications Engineering at Magnum Semiconductor, VP of Software Engineering for MediaTek in China and CrystalMedia, a subsidiary of MediaTek in USA, and VP of Software Development at...

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Chinese SoC Firm Licenses ICube’s MVP core for use in its development of a Vehicle Infotainment System

March, 2012 – ICube Corp., a leading fabless processor design company in China, today announced that a leading Chinese SoC company has licensed ICube’s MVP (Multi-thread Virtual Pipeline) core for use in its development of a vehicle infotainment system. MVP is a UPU (Unified Processing Unit) that combines traditional CPU and GPU functions by integrating them into one processor pipeline. Relative to the common practice of merging separate CPU and GPU modules via on-chip buses, the UPU approach exhibits significant advantages in hardware...

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