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2007-04-02 TV-on-mobile solution supports DVB-H, DVB-T
NXP Semiconductors introduced the TVoM HotPlug system solution, which combines hardware, complete DVB-H and DVB-T software stacks and security.
2005-10-05 Mobile TV leaps over consumer hurdles with TV-on-Mobile solution
Philips Semiconductors' recent release of the BGT210 TV-on-Mobile solution is proof that some still believe that mobile TV could soon be a widespread phenomenon.
2005-08-26 Samsung to offer a DVB-H chipset
Targeting the emerging TV-on-mobile market based on the DVB-H standard, Samsung Electronics announced early this week a new DVB-H front-end chipset.
2006-02-20 Philips unveils next-gen DVB-H front-end solution
Royal Philips Electronics announced its next generation TV-on-mobile solution for the European and Asian markets which is said to be six times smaller than previous versions.
2007-09-03 Tune in to key mobile TV trends, success factors
Industry market analysts forecasted that more than 250 million people will be viewing TV content on mobile devices by 2010. This article discusses the trends and challenges of mobile TV transmission, and the key success factors to create product differentiation.
2011-08-29 Telegent's curtain call: The three-way spin off
As told by its executives, Telegent is now spun out in three ways: an engineering team went to Spreadtrum; some are now working at a well-known U.S. company; and a dozen people is now a part of a spin-off company.
2004-01-16 Sand Video crafts core for mobile TV
Sand Video has launched a licensable H.264 core designed specifically for mobile TV and other video applications on cellphones, PDAs and automobile navigation systems.
2006-06-09 Philips' new processor powers latest Cyberhome PMP
Philips announced that its Nexperia mobile multimedia processor will power Cyberhome's personal media player.
2006-02-07 Philips launches new Nexperia mobile multimedia processor
Philips Electronics' new Nexperia mobile multimedia processor promises mobile device users a home entertainment-quality multimedia experience while on the move.
2005-02-08 Philips commences Nexperia based EDGE handsets
Royal Philips Electronics has commenced mass production of its first EDGE cellular system solution.
2005-02-15 Philips aids handset manufacturers to speed up design
Philips announced its first dual mode UMTS/EDGE Nexperia Cellular System Solution 7130, which it is demonstrating in this week's 3GSM World Congress in France.
2007-02-21 NXP, Purple Labs take Linux to 3G handsets
In collaboration with French design company Purple Labs, NXP has launched the Nexperia cellular system solution 7210 with Linux open-source OS for 3G handsets.
2008-02-15 NXP steps up wireless business initiatives
NXP Semiconductors targets to bring clarity to its once-sprawling wireless business strategy under a new wireless business management.
2008-05-22 Nokia Siemens powers mobile TV service in Singapore
SingTel has kicked off its mobile TV service using Nokia Siemens Networks' mobile TV streaming solution.
2006-06-19 Mobile TV disappoints World Cup fans
The poor performance of mobile TV during the World Cup in Germany made for a disappointing user experience.
2004-04-15 Microsoft joins DAB Forum in digital radio push
Eager to move its proprietary audio/video (A/V) codec into Europe's steadily growing digital radio market, Microsoft Corp. has brokered a full membership in the global industry group now developing digital audio broadcasting (DAB) technology.
2005-08-24 Mentor Graphics releases configurable version of Nucleus RTOS
Accelerated Technology, a Mentor Graphics division, released a configurable version of the Nucleus Real-Time Operating System with its corresponding middleware package for the Nios II family of embedded processors from Altera.
2007-06-11 Analyst: Success not guaranteed in cellular market volume
Volume alone does not predict profit nor success for suppliers of semiconductors, IP, software, sensors and tuners in the handheld multimedia devices market, according to a John Peddie report.
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