A Chinese military-civilian integrated electronic component design and production company called Changsha Jingjia Microelectronics Co., Ltd (Jingjia Micro for short) has two powerful new GPUs in development. You might not have heard of this company but it was founded in 2006 and been making GPUs for a number of years, mainly for Chinese fighter jets.
For background, Jingjia Micro's most recent available GPU is called the JM7200. This 28nm part is clocked at 1.2GHz and comes with 4GB of DDR3 memory and is likened to an Nvidia GeForce GT 640 in performance terms - however the JM7200 has a <10W TDP, compared to the GT640's 50W.
Jingjia Micro has started to promote its GPUs outside of the military market which is good to hear in the perspective of today's headlining news. Moving on to the present day, reports suggest that Jingjia Micro is busy developing the 28nm JM9231 and JM9271 high performance GPUs. These perform roughly in line with the GeForce GTX 1050 and GeForce GTX 1080, respectively, according to the source.
The more powerful GPU, the JM9271, has a boost clock of >1.8GHz and uses a PCIe 4.0 bus. Said to be capable of 8TFLOPs FP32 performance and a pixel rate of >128GPixels/s, it employs 16GB HBM memory with bandwidth of 512GB/s. There are currently a couple of weaknesses in the design / development; first of all these new GPUs don't support DX12 or Vulkan (just OpenGL 4.5), secondly the TDP of the JM9271 is said to be 200W.
As hinted at above, the new JM9231 and JM9271 high performance GPUs aren't currently flagged as being for non-military use but it could be a nice business for Jingjia Micro and it has shown recently that it is ready to venture outside of the military market.