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What is a multimedia IC?
Chip or chipset designed specifically for use in multimedia applications such as handsets, displays, etc.
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2011-02-23 CSR to acquire troubled Zoran
CSR believes Zoran's imaging and video capabilities combined with its own connectivity and location skills will prove the acquisition a great proposition for its customers.
2008-09-01 Components continue shrinking
Passive component miniaturization prevails for a growing number of portable electronics designs. If you can squeeze a higher capacitance or voltage in a smaller case size, that's even better. With resistors, there is a push for the same or better performance in smaller packages, particularly for consumer devices such as multimedia phones
2006-07-17 Coax network processor refines MoCA apps
Entropic Communications Inc. has released its next-generation coaxial network processor, which addresses customers' cost concerns and offers some refinements over an earlier chip that preceded the Multimedia over Coax Alliance specification
2005-07-22 Chinese design firm licenses MIPS cores
Actions Semiconductor Co. Ltd has licensed the MIPS32 4KEc Pro and MIPS32 M4K Pro cores from MIPS Technologies Inc.
2007-02-05 China's Actions Semi eyes more acquisitions
China's Actions Semiconductor is scouring the Chinese landscape, and overseas, looking to scoop up small design firms with a recently approved $80 million budget for acquisitions and investment.
2004-01-06 China electronics await new developments
This year, we will see developments in multimedia processing in mobile phones, digital broadcasting and flat-panel displays
2006-06-28 China comes up with own DTV standard
China's terrestrial DTV standard is finally coming out, and it will cover fixed and mobile terminals, eventually serving half of the country's TV viewers.
2007-06-08 Broadcom joins ranks of top 3G tech suppliers
Broadcom is now among the top five merchant 3G base band suppliers in the world, according to market research firm iSuppli.
2005-12-27 Boards adapt to video, display interface standards
Inova's Multimedia Evaluation Board demonstrates the integrated transfer of uncompressed HD video, audio and USB 2.0 over distances of more than 35m by using one standard STP Ethernet-type cable
2007-12-27 Backlight control algorithm targets LCD drivers
MagnaChip Semiconductor Ltd says it has developed the technology for Smart Mobile Luminance Control, a low power consuming backlight control algorithm for LCD driver chips
2004-01-16 Audio chip aims at loaded cellphones
Wolfson Microelectronics introduced a low-power audio chip that integrates many of the audio-related components a cellular multimedia system would need
2003-08-25 Atmel to deploy Credence SoC test systems
Atmel announced it has purchased from Credence Systems multiple Octet SoC systems for testing a wide range of multimedia comms chips.
2007-03-30 ARC signs key licensing pacts in Asia
ARC International has sealed licensing agreements with several Asia-based semiconductor companies who will use its configurable processor IP in SoCs.
2013-04-22 Android framework for energy efficient multi-core systems
The Android Multimedia Framework from CEVA claims to reduce the power consumption required for complex multimedia processing using a heterogeneous CPU and DSP system architecture
2007-07-03 Analysts crack open the iPhone, reveal chip suppliers
Analysts from Semiconductor Insights cracked open an iPhone to provide insight into what exactly Apple is doing to make a strong entry into the cellphone market.
2011-03-18 Amlogic opts for Synposis verification tool
Synopsys reports that by using the CustomSim solution for mixed-signal verification of multimedia SoCs, Amlogic has cut its typical SoC verification cycle from five days to 21 hours
2011-05-02 AMD's next logical move: Get ARM-ed
If ARM doesn't buy AMD, the latter's only way up would be to become an independent fabless chip company working on multicore ICs made using the ARM architecture.
2002-08-06 ALi to spin-off wireless IC design division
ALi Corp. has disclosed plans to separate its wireless telecom IC design division to form a subsidiary by the end of this year.
2006-11-09 Video processor promises to triple digital spectrum
BroadLogic Network Technologies, a provider of chips for broadband networks, introduced early this week a video processor that enables cable operators to triple their digital spectrum
2006-06-23 Vativ unveils 'first' three-input HDMI receiver
Vativ has announced the commercial availability of VTV2310, the latest addition to the company's family of HDMI receiver chips for digital TV applications
2007-01-22 Spansion starts sampling 65nm flash for handsets
Spansion has begun sampling 65nm MirrorBit Ornand devices optimized for data storage in high-end, multimedia wireless handsets
2006-12-04 South Korea develops digital audio components
A team led by a state-run electronics technology think tank has developed core components for terrestrial digital audio broadcasting (DAB) receivers, including RF and baseband chipsets, the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy said last week (Nov. 29).
2002-08-01 SigmaRAM: The 24Gbps technology for wired world
The SigmaRAM groups says it can meet the challenge of capturing multimedia data at wire speed at any point within the Internet by developing a new generation of ultra fast SRAM
2002-09-09 Philips reaffirms relationship with Ericsson Mobile Platforms
Royal Philips Electronics and Ericsson Mobile Platforms have signed an agreement which reinforces their partnership to develop 2.5G and 3G handset technologies utilizing Philips' semiconductor capabilities.
2002-02-22 Philips dc/dc converter programs output voltage
Targeted for use in battery-powered communications, computing, and A/V equipment, the TEA1211 dc/dc converter can program its output voltage from 1.5V to 5.5V in 0.1V steps via the I?C bus.
2002-01-03 Microtune rolls out silicon-based upconverter for video-on-demand apps
Claimed to be the world's first silicon-based upconverter solution for video-on-demand applications, the VideoCaster solution, developed in partnership with nCUBE Corp., shrinks RF electronics the size of a VCR unit into three miniature chips
2012-09-13 iPhone 5 makes grand debut
Apple unveiled the latest models of its iPhone and iPod brands with much fanfare.
1999-04-08 Implementing a digital answering machine with a high speed 8bit microcontroller
This paper presents a design that replaces DSP chips with a general-purpose high-speed 8bit microcontroller. Telephone functions such as caller ID, DTMF detection, Bell 202 detection, and Ring detection are implemented in software on the microcontroller
2003-09-24 Big investments burnish India's hardware design image
India may not be attracting the same huge investments in semiconductor fabs as neighboring China, but foreign investments in software development activities easily total more than $2B.
2006-11-13 Vimicro ponders on mobile TV chip
Vimicro Corp. intends to develop a demodulator for mobile TV, furthering its push into multimedia chips for mobile phones.
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