In a redesigned official website, Chinese CPU maker Shanghai Zhaoxin Semiconductor talked for the first time about its plans to launch stand alone GPU products.
In the video, a Zhaoxin executive said the GPU products will be based on TSMC's 28nm process and its power consumption is around 70W.
Zhaoxin said that this will fill a gap in China's GPU space.
The video also mentioned that Zhaoxin will launch products for laptops and Pad this year, targeting portable devices.
Zhaoxin will also launch a multi-core server offering that is on par with Intel's mid- to high-end offerings.
On July 7, Zhaoxin said its website (www. zhaoxin.com) was completely redesigned.
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, which roughly translates to "million core", 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.