USI is a large-scale design and manufacturing service provider in the fie
Universal Scientific Industrial, founded in January 2003 and headquartered in Shanghai, is a large-scale design and manufacturing service provider in the field of electronic products. The founder is Hongben Zhang. The company went public on the Shanghai Stock Exchange on February 20, 2012. Its major shareholders are USI Enterprise, Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company and China Securities Finance Company. Universal Scientific Industrial 's direct and indirect competitors include Hon Hai Precision Industry Company, Shenzhen Kaifa Technology Company and Murata Manufacturing Company.
Huawei and ZTE Excluded from India's 5G Test, China Responds with Concern
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What Has Triggered Xiaomi's New Semiconductor Endeavors
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Chipmaking Firm Biren Technology Raises PingAn Backed Series B Round
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EHang's Steep Business Growth and Potential in Other UAV Market Segments
The firm did not see much profit during the first three years of its establishment, as other top competitors already occupied the popular business around consumer UAVs. As a result, EHang is trying its best to innovate in industrial UAVs.
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TikTok's Parent Company ByteDance Doubles Revenue to USD 35 Billion in 2020
In the midst of the US and Indian bans on TikTok, ByteDance nevertheless achieved revenue of around USD 35 billion in 2020. ByteDance is growing at a brisk rate and pushing aggressively into a plethora of new areas, including the music, entertainment and edtech sectors.
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