An employee tests chips at a tech company in Hefei, Anhui province. (Photo by Xie Chen/for China Daily)
China aims to formulate more than 30 key automotive chip standards by 2025 in its latest push to accelerate the development of its homegrown semiconductor industry, according to a draft released by the country's top industry regulator.
The draft was published by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on Tuesday to seek public feedback.
The draft said the standards will cover general requirements such as environment and reliability, electromagnetic compatibility, functional safety, and information security, as well as key product and application technical requirements such as control chips, computing chips, memory chips, power chips and communication chips.