Shanghai Zhaoxin Semiconductor, a Chinese CPU manufacturer with its name roughly translates to 'million core,' said its website (www. zhaoxin.com) was completely redesigned on July 7.
The new website presents hot information in the form of videos, and products about Zhaoxin CPUs in the general-purpose processor section.
It also has a solutions section that showcases Zhaoxin CPU-based desktops, laptops, and cloud terminals.
Zhaoxin is a Chinese state-owned holding company established in 2013.
Zhaoxin is 80% owned by a subsidiary of Shanghai SASAC, with the remaining shares mainly held by VIA Technologies.
The company is headquartered in Zhangjiang, Shanghai, with R&D centers and branch offices in Beijing, Xi'an, Wuhan, and Shenzhen.
Because the x86 architecture is proprietary to Intel, and Zhaoxin is not licensed to produce x86 architecture processors, so Zhaoxin's x86 license is from VIA Technologies.
Zhaoxin's initial CPU and GPU products were both made based on products from VIA Technologies.