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2005-11-29 ST, Sagem push MPEG4 set top boxes
Sagem Communication will start selling this month MPEG4 capable set-top boxes based on a single-chip decoder from ST Microelectronics targeted at HDTV capable models.
2002-06-14 NEC DSP handles MPEG4 processing
NEC Corp. has announced the development of the SPXK5 DSP core designed to handle MPEG4 codec processing of A/V in portable devices.
2004-12-08 Cradle MDSP gets Jaxstream's MPEG4 encoder
Cradle has ported Jaxstream's MPEG4 encoder to its CT3400 Multiprocessor DSP, the two companies said.
2003-05-16 Wireless home multimedia networks require multiple design strategies
Four technologies are presented that when used together will optimize an SoC for maximum performance, power economy, and low cost in a wireless home multimedia network.
2006-04-17 Video coding on embedded DSPs
Embedded DSPs significantly boost systems that require multiple codecs and low power consumption.
2002-07-17 Tensilica turns spotlight on Xtensa microprocessor
Tensilica will be presenting the Xtensa microprocessor at the Embedded Systems Conferences - Asia show.
2006-08-29 ST, Dahua partner in cable/IP dual-mode STB
STMicroelectronics and Dahua Technology announced that they have successfully designed and manufactured a highly integrated digital-cable and IP STB.
2002-03-16 Sound algorithms create realistic audio
This technical news article discusses how advance sound algorithm techniques can dramatically create realistic audio beyond that offered by current sound card implementations.
2001-06-16 Powering up 3G handsets for MPEG-4 video
Adaptive computing may hold the key to good performance and low-power consumption for MPEG-4 video.
2006-04-03 Platform-based SoC design comes of age
Ongoing silicon scaling has prompted the IC industry to seek new design methodologies, the most notable of which is platform-based SoC design.
2003-05-16 Memory cards support portable video
Wireless multimedia relies on complex video software/server technology, which in turn relies on complex processing to generate streaming video and audio.
2002-03-16 Listing the tricks to enhance audio, video
This technical news article gives an overview of how various chip companies are working round-the-clock to provide enhanced solutions for STBs, DVDs and audio player apps.
2006-03-10 GPS vendors to feature more value-added functions in products
At this year's IIC-China, Philips, Samsung, STMicroelectronics, Sharp Electronics and Freescale demonstrated their GPS solutions, featuring more value-added functions than traditional GPS, such as MP3 and MPEG4 players.
2002-11-15 Fujitsu, Toshiba extend partnership to SoC IP
Partners Fujitsu Ltd and Toshiba Corp. plan to extend their semiconductor collaboration to include SoC technology.
2002-05-20 ESS Technology licenses NEC MPEG encoder technology
ESS Technology has licensed NEC Corp.'s MPEG2 encoder technology. In this agreement, ESS will receive NEC's design database and associated software for home entertainment products.
2003-04-01 DVR, biometrics lead the security industry
The article will focus on the physical aspect of security, particularly digital video recorders, which has a high growth potential.
2005-04-18 Designing an optimal wireless SoC
The ultimate challenge in designing high-speed chips in wireless devices lies in the integration of the RF transceiver into an SoC.
2001-05-16 Chip startup keeps MPEG-4 power budget to trickle
This article describes the Luxxon Corp. video processor for cellular phones.
2004-08-11 ANT browser software in TI media processor
ANT and TI announced the availability of ANT's Fresco browser software integrated with TI's programmable DSP-based DM64x generation of digital media processors.
2002-03-16 Advanced software for smooth DVD decoding
This technical news article evaluates the possibilities of implementing advance software methods to attain smooth DVD decoding processes.
2006-09-27 Network multimedia coprocessor is video codec agnostic
Standard Microsystems' new network multimedia coprocessor is video codec agnostic, supporting MPEG2, MPEG4, WMV9/VC-1 and H.264/AVC standards.
2010-12-08 Cortex A9 SoC comes in 9x9mm package
Renesas? EMMA Mobile EV0-D SoCs support MPEG2, MPEG4 and H.264 playback on portable AV devices.
2002-11-27 Alphamosaic processor fits next-gen mobile phones
Alphamosaic has released its VC01 multimedia processor, which features MPEG4 encode and display, making it suitable for mobile system apps.
2003-10-30 ViXS video processor with MPEG encoder technology
ViXS Systems has launched the XCode II, which it claims is the first chip that can process content ranging from analog to high-definition digital video.
2009-04-30 Video streaming on the i.MX27 multimedia applications processor
This application note discusses the steps for performing digital video streaming on the i.MX27 multimedia applications processor. It also presents an overview about the usage of Gstreamer on the i.MX27 processor.
2011-06-02 Video chip allows low-cost video streaming
Cavium Networks has unveiled the PureVu CNW66xx, its latest line of SoC video processors for universal wireless display receivers.
2010-03-17 TMS320DM36x VICP algorithms and codecs integration
This application note intends to help users to design algorithms and H.264 codec to co-exist and work in parallel.
2004-11-11 Tiny display optimized for video on handheld devices
Sharp developed a new 2.2-inch QCIF+ Advanced-TFT LCD module that is capable of displaying full-motion video and images on a standard cellphone size display.
2006-10-19 TI, Mistral team up on virtual CD changer ref design
Texas Instruments and India's Mistral Software recently introduced a virtual CD changer reference design built on TI's Aureus audio digital DSPs.
2006-10-19 TI, Mistral Software co-develop virtual CD changer ref design
Texas Instruments Inc. and Mistral Software Ltd are launching a virtual CD changer (VCDC) reference design for next-generation A/V applications.
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