A piece of Loongson’s 3A processor installed on the motherboard of the KD-60 supercomputer at the China University of Technology in the Anhui provincial capital of Hefei on 21 April 2010. Photo: Imaginechina. A piece of Loongson’s 3A processor installed on the motherboard of the KD-60 supercomputer at the China University of Technology in the Anhui provincial capital of Hefei on 21 April 2010. Photo: Imaginechina.
A piece of Loongson’s 3A processor installed on the motherboard of the KD-60 supercomputer at the China University of Technology in the Anhui provincial capital of Hefei on 21 April 2010. Photo: Imaginechina.
IPO

Loongson files US$542 million IPO on Star Market as China’s home-grown chip maker raises capital to fund its growth

  • Beijing-based Loongson aims to sell up to 41 million shares to raise 3.5 billion yuan on Shanghai’s Nasdaq-like Science and Technology Board
  • The fund raise will be used for the development of chip production, research into GPUs and liquid capital

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A piece of Loongson’s 3A processor installed on the motherboard of the KD-60 supercomputer at the China University of Technology in the Anhui provincial capital of Hefei on 21 April 2010. Photo: Imaginechina. A piece of Loongson’s 3A processor installed on the motherboard of the KD-60 supercomputer at the China University of Technology in the Anhui provincial capital of Hefei on 21 April 2010. Photo: Imaginechina.
A piece of Loongson’s 3A processor installed on the motherboard of the KD-60 supercomputer at the China University of Technology in the Anhui provincial capital of Hefei on 21 April 2010. Photo: Imaginechina.
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