Intel Invested Over $90 million In Chinese Companies Last Year

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Since its first investment in China in 1998, Intel Capital has invested approximately $650 million in over 100 Chinese companies, according to Intel. In 2011, Intel Capital invested over $90 million in 13 Chinese companies.

The investments include:

  • 6DXchange,which,aB2Cfashionandlifestylee-retailerin China.
  • ArcSoft, a software provider of multimedia technologies and applications.
  • B-Soft, a healthcare IT products and solutions provider.
  • Beijing JoySee Technology, a subsidiary of China Digital TV Holding, does research and development of high-definition smart TV and cable smart set top boxes.
  • Borqs, an Android software integrator for mobile devices.
  •, aB2Bvertical search engine that serves the procurement needs of small- and medium-sized enterprises.
  • Miartech (Shanghai), a provider of power line communications products and systems technology for smarter energy management.
  • Outblaze Venture Holdings, also known as Animoca, a global mobile media providers.
  • Shanghai BOCOM Intelligent Network Technologies, a provider of intelligent sensing & networking technologies.
  • United Information Technology, a cloud storage products and solutions provider, offering enterprise-class storage products and application software.
  • VIPStore, a Chinese online retailer of international premium fashion brands.
  • Cloud Union focuses on the design, development and operation of cloud gaming platforms and is a live cloud and steaming service provider for 3D graphic and rich audio gaming in China.
  • Fashion Republic is one of China’s first fashion photo search engines and fashion content aggregation platforms.

In 2011, four Chinese companies exited the Intel Capital portfolio: two completed IPOs on U.S. based exchanges and two were acquired.

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