Actions Semiconductor Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 炬力集成; pinyin: Jùlì Jíchéng) is a Chinese fabless semiconductor company founded in 2000 and headquartered in Zhuhai, Guangdong province. The company has an about 600 employees and designs SoCs for tablets, digital audio players, photo viewers and related products.
The following is a list of system-on-chips developed and marketed by Actions Semiconductor, mainly targeting tablets.
S1 MP3 players use chipsets designed by Actions.
In 2012, Actions Semiconductor produced the ATM7029 which is a quad-core ARM Cortex-A5-based SoC using Vivante Corporations GC1000 GPU. This SoC has been used in the Ainol NOVO10 Hero II tablet and other low end tablets.
For Q2 2014, Actions was reported to be fourth largest supplier of tablet processors to the Chinese market.
At one point, Actions was sued by Sigmatel with Sigmatel prevailing. The findings were that Actions infringed upon Sigmatel by directly copying the ASICs designed by Sigmatel, once a world leader in the MP3 ASIC market. Sigmatel later was sold to Freescale Semiconductor.