High-tech products showcased at national-level fair, boosting recognition, Wang Hongyi reports from Shanghai.
Shanghai has vowed to build itself into a global hub for innovation in science and technology, having rolled out a number of high-tech products in recent years.
To this end, the city's Zhangjiang National Innovation Demonstration Zone has played an important part in innovation in a series of fields.
A number of the latest advanced technologies and products in the sectors of internet information technology, intellectual chips, advanced equipment manufacturing and medical equipment from Zhangjiang displayed at the recent China (Shanghai) International Technology Fair held last month attracted public attention.
A BUSINESS representative of Shanghai Brite Semiconductor introduces one of the company's products to visitors at the China (Shanghai) International Technology Fair in April. Provided to China Daily
AN IMAGE processing system developed by Shanghai Brite Semiconductoris displayed at the international technology fair. Provided to China Daily
A national-level technology and trade fair, the annual event is a major platform to showcase the city's latest innovations, promote the transformation of research results and develop an international science and technology innovation network.
Internet security has been listed on China's national development strategy. The country's cyberspace security strategy was released in December 2016.
The cyberspace industry consists of the internet, communication networks, computer systems, automatic control systems, digital equipment and related applications, services and data network space.
With the rapid progress of the information revolution, cyberspace has been changing people's lifestyles and has exerted a profound impact on society.
As China's leading innovative internet security provider, Shanghai Tophant Technology works to provide internet security solutions.
Starting from an internet security enthusiasts' community in 2010, the company has been focusing on identifying internet security vulnerabilities and providing security technology.
Its products include internet security service platform vulbox.com. The platform, through an open sharing incentive mechanism, connects top internet security experts and professionals from around the world, and provides transparent, effective and customized security service solutions for enterprises.
The company is also building an internet security new media - FreeBuf or FreeBuf.com - aiming to become an ideal platform for exchange of internet security technology.
The latest information for global hacker and geek will be updated each day on the platform, where various internet security summits are closely followed in heated forum discussions, the company said.
FreeBuf 's core team members have extensive industry backgrounds. They have worked in Silicon Valley or China's internet and high-tech giants such as Baidu, Ctrip, Huawei and Alibaba.
The company's risk monitoring and perception system, designed for companies, has established an automatic security service model for their use.
The company has more than 400 core clients. The big names include Alipay, UnionPay, Tencent, China Mobile and Sony and operate in various fields, such as the internet, finance, e-commerce, online gaming and the internet of things. It has also forged a partnership with the National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team, the China National Vulnerability Database of Information Security and the Shanghai Cyberspace and Security Emergency Management A0 airs Center.
For a smart life
At this year's technology fair, Shanghai Brite Semiconductor showed its intellectual chip, which can understand a series of verbal commands in a smart home environment, such as "Turn on the light", "Play music" and "Next".
Based in Shanghai, Brite Semiconductor was founded in 2008 by venture capital firms from China and abroad, and collaborated with Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp as strategic partners in 2010.
As a world-leading application specific integrated circuit design solutions provider, Brite Semiconductor targets chip designs on SMIC advanced 55nm/40nm/28nm process technology and turnkey solutions. It provides flexible one-stop services from chip delivery to seamless, low-cost and low-risk solutions to customers.
The company also provides a comprehensive silicon proven YouIP portfolio and silicon platform solutions, which can be widely adopted in consumer electronics, internet of things tech, wearable devices, communications and computers, as well as industrial and urban areas.
As part of YouIP portfolio, YouSiP (Silicon-Platform) solution provides a prototype design reference to differentiate their products and win the market rapidly.
The Shanghai company also showed its T866 chip, the industry's first multimedia SoCs for split smart TV solutions, at the fair. It delivers immersive theater-level home entertainment, using special audio and video processing hardware and advanced picture quality enhancement engines.
In recent years, smart TVs have developed quickly and attracted significant attention.
Smart TVs integrate interactive internet applications and on-demand video with traditional broadcasting.
Users can install and uninstall various application software to expand and upgrade the functions continually, overturning the traditional experience of sitting in the living room and watching TV.
As a leading company in the global system-on-chip industry, Brite Semiconductor provides open platform solutions for multimedia consumers. It has combined its highly-optimized media processing engine and system IP with industry-leading central processing unit and graphics processing unit technologies to produce solutions for leading pay-TV operators, original equipment manufacturers and original design manufacturer partners.
(China Daily European Weekly 05/05/2017 page26)