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2005-02-18 Nvidia wireless multimedia processor with Fotopack technology
Nvidia is billing its new wireless media processor as capable of realistic 3D gaming performance, 3Mpixel digital photos and camcorder-quality video capture.
2006-08-16 Measuring IPTV QoS performance
Quality of experience (QoE)or QoS as experienced by the end useris the only way to understand what makes a customer unhappy and how QoE relates to network impairments.
2006-01-16 High-def camera is on-chip
Three veterans have reunited to form a startup that aims to bring consumer cameras into the high-definition arena.
2008-01-11 HD SoC supports progressive video format
Ambarella has released its third-generation of low-power A3 SoC targeted at HD camcorders using H.264/AVC compression technology.
2007-05-31 Digital cable TV market picks up in China, says report
Subscribers to digital cable TV in China hit 14.2 million in Q1, driven by interest in Beijing, Guangdong, Guangxi, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Sichuan, according to Analysys International.
2009-07-06 Cisco's digital camcorder carries clean design
A teardown reveals that the Flip UltraHD's insides are proven technology and that its simple design is even cleaner than its predecessor.
2002-08-12 China downplays new format's challenge to DVD
A Chinese government-backed research developing next-generation video-disk technology has reported progress on a new format called Enhanced Versatile Disk.
2002-08-05 Atsana licenses ARM core for wireless processor
Atsana Semiconductor Corp. has licensed ARM922T core to develop embedded processors used in multimedia applications such as mobile phones, PDAs, PCs, and network digital cameras.
2004-05-03 'Algorithm-to-tapeout' synthesis rolls
Synfora has unveiled a tool that lets users design compute-intensive blocks from C-language algorithms.
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