After James Yang, current Chairman of Microip, left Realtek years ago to start Microip, Instead of competing directly with his former employer, he focused on EDA innovation, drawing Qualcomm to join the initiative.

Chairman James Yang, with 12 years of entrepreneurial experience, persistently innovates new business models to enhance the efficiency of IC design.

What makes Microip stand out is that the company continually seeks new methods to enhance IC design specialization, enabling various system companies, even those unfamiliar with semiconductors, to obtain the chips they need. Microip began to generate profit from 2018, and now they are also entering the AI chip market, allowing various companies to customize their own AI chips.

The reason Microip develops EDA tools is not only for measuring chip performance but also to assist companies around the world to develop their own chips.

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