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2007-04-17 STMicro supports China AVS standards
STMicroelectronics will initially take a software-based approach to decode China's Audio Video Coding Standard, using media processors in its existing STi520x and STi710x families that are used in IP STBs.
2007-04-17 ST adds AVS support to STB decoder chips
STMicroelectronics has announced cost-effective TV STB decoder chips that support China's AVS
2007-06-06 China's AVS wins Broadcom, Conexant support
Broadcom and Conexat are joining STMicroelectronics in offering support for Audio Video Coding Standard (AVS), China's homespun codec.
2007-01-01 Major China telecom picks AVS for IPTV rollout
AVS backers scored a significant victory when China Netcom picked it over H.264 for an IPTV rollout
2006-09-29 Despite ITU nod, China IPTV codec's future unclear
A domestically developed audio/video codec known as AVS is being considered as part of a global IPTV standard being drafted by the ITU. Still, some of China's largest companies appear to be turning their back on it.
2006-04-03 Chinese A/V codec rises
A Chinese A/V codec is on the verge of becoming a national standarda domestic rival to MPEG-4/H.264 and WMV-9 that backers say will save China-based manufacturers and consumers millions of dollars in fees and royalties in the next few years
2007-05-29 China Telecom to start AVS-based IPTV trials
China Telecom is reportedly planning to run field trials of domestic codec AVS, which could lead to it dropping support for H.264.
2007-04-04 China Netcom to implement domestic A/V codec
China Netcom, one of China's major wired-telecom companies, will implement a homegrown A/V codec in its fledgling IPTV network this year
2006-11-09 China Netcom chooses AVS for IPTV
China Netcom plans to fully implement a domestically developed codecAudio Video Coding Standardin its fledgling IPTV network
2006-10-02 AVS has yet to gain traction in China
China's AVS Part 2 has yet to gain traction in the market, with the country's largest IPTV service providers using H.264 in their latest IPTV deployments
2006-11-10 IPTV standards battle heats up in China
Backers of a domestic codec believe the nation's top telco will also switch away from H.264 and over to the Audio Video Coding Standard
2010-02-17 HD video processor offers face detection
Ceva Inc. will introduce its software-programmable multimedia video processor MM3000 that comes complete with C compilers, power management provision and an RTOS/multithreading scheduler.
2009-02-12 HD video IP core supports mobile apps, DTV
Video core technologies developer Chips&Media will showcase its latest pre-configurable HD video codec IP core at International IC-China Conference and Exhibition in Shanghai, China from March 9-11
2013-06-21 VeriSilicon launches video decoder IP supporting HEVC, VP9
The Hantro G2 multi-format video decoder IP from Verisilicon will support ultra HD 4K video decoding for the High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) video coding standard.
2003-10-07 Tiring of royalties, China seeks compression spec for video
China is pushing to define a homegrown A/V compression technology that would rival MPEG-4 and H.264.
2011-07-05 Freescale SoCs integrate Chips&Media's video tech
Freescale is using Chips&Media's hardware video acceleration technology in its iMX 6 SoC series.
2007-06-19 Design base opens for China's CDMB mobile TV spec
Backers of CDMB, a homespun mobile TV standard in China, are trying to gain support for the spec by opening a design and manufacturing base in Tianjin.
2008-10-01 Chipmakers pack multimedia functions in processors
Semiconductor vendors tailoring video chips for the consumer market have taken integration to the next level. As price pressure from consumers persists in the flat-panel, DTV, DVD player, notebook and mobile phone sectors, chip companies are taking a cue from OEMs to provide devices that pack more video functions to minimize costs.
2007-05-18 China tech industry to reach $1.45T by 2010
China's high-tech industry will rake in $1.45 trillion by 2010, nearly triple its size just a few years ago, according to a report from NDRC, a top Chinese policy group.
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