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2002-04-13 THine to implement TI technology in LCD timing controllers
Texas Instruments Inc. and THine Electronics have agreed to develop LCD timing controllers based on TI's mini-LVDS technology.
2008-11-13 THine acquires Winbond's ISP business
THine Electronics Inc. and Winbond Electronics Corp. have announced the transfer Winbond's Image Signal Processor (ISP) Business to THine.
2003-01-21 Oki, Thine Electronics to co-develop interface video memory
Oki Electric Ind. Co. Ltd and Thine Electronics Inc. have agreed to jointly develop a high-speed interface video memory which uses LVDS to interface between the controller and the memory.
2013-08-26 Mentor Graphics licenses Thine's V-by-OneHS technology
V-by-OneHS has been developed to make internal interface smarter and less expensive for various markets such as flat panel displays, document processing systems and automotive infotainments.
2004-04-22 Amkor to assemble, test RF chips for Thine Electronics
Amkor Technology Inc. is providing assembly and test services to Thine Electronics Inc., a rapidly growing fabless semiconductor company based in Tokyo, Japan.
2005-12-22 New digital display interface standard in the works
Leading PC and consumer electronics companies are working to develop a specification that is intended to serve as the next-gen digital display interface standard for PCs and provide compatibility with CE devices
2013-12-10 Image signal processor geared for 16MP cameras
THine Electronics' THP7312 flaunts higher resolution and more complicated image signal processing for cameras used in smartphones, in-vehicle cameras, drive recorders and security cameras.
2006-08-16 FM-quality sound achieved by audio Tx LSI
THine Electronics has developed THG4649, an FM transmitter LSI for audio that claims to have the best sound quality in the industry.
2001-06-01 Stimulating entrepreneurial spirit in Japan
JASVA has assembled semiconductor and display startups on a common platform in its bid to support companies in a country that has long been a desert of new ventures.
2001-07-16 Startup breaks Japanese recruitment pattern
This article tells the short story of the Japanese engineer who founded Analog and RF Tec Inc. as he airs his little frustrations regarding the industry and how he succeeded where others did not.
2006-09-18 Spice tools rev speed, accuracy
Berkeley Design Automation released in August two products that claim to speed Spice simulation by five- to tenfold while preserving full Spice accuracy.
2011-03-22 Analog Bits releases Serdes IP for next-gen displays
Designed for 3D TVs and next-gen displays, Analog Bits' Serdes IP can reduce area, cost and power consumption and enable OEMs to eliminate LVDS.
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