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2002-07-19 Thomson Multimedia licenses ARM microprocessor cores
Thomson Multimedia has entered into a partnership with ARM, licensing the latter's ARM7 and ARM9 family microprocessor cores.
2002-01-16 ST, Thomson expand R&D pact to include ICs for digital consumer apps
STMicroelectronics and Thomson multimedia have signed a five-year agreement to cooperate in the R&D of SoC for digital consumer applications.
2002-03-04 Hitachi to withdraw from U.S. CPT market
Hitachi Ltd is withdrawing from the CPT business in the U.S., as part of the restructuring of its Display Products Group.
2002-04-22 Industry alliance formed to define digital connectivity specification
Hitachi, Matsushita Electric, Philips, Silicon Image, Sony, Thomson and Toshiba have formed a working group to define the next-generation digital interface specification for consumer electronics products
2003-07-29 HDMI releases final HDMI 1.0 compliance spec
High-Definition Multimedia Interface founders have released the final 1.0 Compliance Test Specification for HDMI
2003-06-30 HDMI release compliance, test specification
The founders of the HDMI group have announced that the draft v0.9 HDMI Compliance Test Specification is now available to HDMI adopters.
2003-10-21 Engineer in Taiwan popularizes card readers
STMicro's B.C. Ho is the one responsible for the growing popularity of memory cards and card readers in Taiwan's high-tech landscape.
2007-10-16 VDSL2/ADSL2+ chipset suits triple-play apps
The 5411/5120 chipset from Thomson enables simultaneous VDSL2 and ADSL2+ connectivity while serving triple-play applications such as broadband Internet, TV and telephone
2007-08-23 Decoder outputs HD, SD video simultaneously
Thomson's 4230 video decoder provides HD decoding for H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and DivX codecs, as well as SD streams
2005-07-01 Cypress WirelessUSB allows mouse-like cursor in MG1101
Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s WirelessUSB radio-system-on-a-chip is being utilized by Gyration, a Thomson company, in its latest wireless mouse and keyboard
2007-10-10 Universal SoC promises true 1080/60p
Horizon Semiconductors introduces what it claims to be the industry's first universal SoC solution that enables dual channel true 1080/60p decoding for next-generation media players/recorders.
2008-08-06 Solar projects top Indian IC prospects
The Indian government is reviewing a dozen proposals worth $23 billion under its IC and electronics manufacturing policy to determine which are eligible for an incentive package announced last year.
2003-06-10 Major DSL suppliers back DMT line code for VDSL
Eleven DSL semiconductor and system vendors have supported a discrete multi-tone modulation as the line code for standard-compliant VDSL.
2007-09-03 Welcoming STB into the digital home
The upturn in the STB market is set to continue, stimulated by the rapid transition from analog to digital broadcasting that enables both enhanced video and audio experience, and an increased choice of channels.
2009-04-28 Reconfigurable processors pack 97M transistors
STMicroelectronics has developed the first prototypes of the Morpheus chip, produced under the Morpheus collaborative research program which has been running for several years.
2005-06-16 LCDs using FPGAs to enter HDTV market
FPGAs give LCD designers the flexibility required to reconfigure image-processing algorithms while maintaining the same hardware platform for all products.
2006-07-25 Infineon tapes out dual-band UWB transceiver core
Infineon has taped out a dual-band UWB transceiver core that supports all regulatory requirements worldwide, paving the way for universal UWB devices capable of worldwide operation.
2007-10-23 Guidelines out on HDMI trademark, logo usage
Trademark and logo usage guidelines have been released by HDMI Licensing LLC, the agent responsible for licensing the HDMI specification.
2006-02-01 Fate of high-def DVD may lie with Microsoft
After months of intense wrangling between the competing Blu-ray and HD-DVD groups, the battle lines in the war over a next-generation high-definition DVD format have moved to the doorstep of Microsoft Corp.
2007-06-14 DVDs, STBs all set to embrace HDMI
It is expected that more than half of SD DVDs and STBs shipped worldwide will support HDMI and next-generation DVD formats will tout the HDMI 1.3 version port.
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.
2006-07-17 Asia's next tier eyes global role
By global standards, the only thing truly big about Beijing Huaqi Information Digital Technology Co. is its name. Nevertheless, it has big plans. Like dozens of companies across Asia, Huaqi aspires to follow in the footsteps of regional giants like Sony and Samsung to be a household name with cutting-edge technology.
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