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Trident video processor powers Toshiba's digital CRT TVs

Posted: 09 Mar 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Trident? Toshiba? SVP EX? DCRe?

Trident Microsystems Inc. announced that Toshiba is using Trident's SVP EX integrated 10bit video decoder and processor featuring the Digital Cinema Reality Engine (DCRe) to power its latest family of digital flat CRT TVs for the China market.

"Toshiba's CRT TVs require outstanding video image quality and we are very impressed by Trident's SVP EX chip with DCRe technology," said Eiji Tamaki, VP of Dalian Toshiba. "The SVP EX chip offers the best cost-effective single chip solution with uncompromising analog TV and HDTV picture quality. It gives Toshiba's new CRT TV family a real advantage in this highly competitive China market."

"We are extremely pleased that Toshiba has chosen our SVP EX ten-bit video processor with DCRe technology for its new digital CRT TV family for the China market," shared J.H. Chang, president of the Trident. "This design-win signifies our continuous market expansion into worldwide top-tier TV OEMs not only in the flat panel TV market, but also in the digital CRT market."

The SVP EX family features Trident's DCRe video processing, which delivers optimal video fidelity to offer consumers compelling, cinema-like video images. DCRe includes triple 10bit ADC; 10bit 3D color decoder; 10bit dual-channel 1080i motion-adaptive de-interlacer; 10bit dual-channel scaler; 10bit dual-channel color processor 10bit display interface; advanced content-adaptive 3D noise reduction; enhanced horizontal and vertical sharpness controls; programmable LCD overdrive; integrated VBI slicer and V-chip/closed-caption/teletext accelerator; and full-screen 16bit bit-mapped OSD powered by a 2D-graphics accelerator.

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