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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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2005-03-22 WISchip unveils SoC solution for A/V apps
To address the increasingly demanding multimedia data storage and transmission requirements of home entertainment and surveillance systems, WISchip announced the release of its Cypher 7108 SoC audio/video (A/V) encoding solution
2003-01-02 Wireless ICs call on integration
Makers of ICs for Bluetooth and 802.11, or Wi-Fi, WLAN connectivity are readying a new generation of chips for volume delivery in Q1 of 2003
2009-05-06 Wireless chipset delivers 1080p HD content
AMIMON Inc. has announced the immediate availability of the second generation transmitter and receiver chips (AMN 2120/2220) designed for the Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) standard
2013-09-04 WiFi preps for 900MHz spectrum, to debut by start of 2015
Chips using IEEE 802.11ah are expected to come out by the start of 2015 and will support a range of options from throughput of 150Kbit/s with a 1MHz band to as much as 40Mbit/s over an 8MHz band
2012-01-17 Webcam controller ICs boast 3D, gesture control
The eSP768 and eSP868 chips feature image signal processors, USB 2.0 interface with an image compression engine and four built-in LDOs
2002-05-24 VIA adopts Avant! Star-SimXT for SoC design verification
VIA Technologies Inc., a developer of PC core logic chipsets, microprocessors, multimedia and communications chips, has selected Avant! Corp.'s Star-SimXT simulator for sign-off verification of its SoC designs.
2008-02-07 TI bares details of 45nm process
TI has revealed that its 45nm process uses strained silicon, immersion lithography and ultra-low k dielectrics to lower power and increase performance compared with its 65nm process, and double the number of chips produced on each 45nm silicon wafer
2005-07-07 The other computer inside
At one point in its history, Cirrus Logic made so many PC peripheral chips that its glossy annual report referred to itself as "The Other Computer Inside". At its height, Cirrus was taking close to $1 billion in revenues from the PC market
2000-02-01 The future of mixed-signal design
I hear two contradictory things regarding mixed-signal IC design. One set of voices says the systems-on-chip (SoC) of the future will be large mixed-signal systems, and the proportion of these being built will double from about 33 percent currently to 66 percent by 2005. The other set of voices says everything will be big digital chips constructed in ever-deeper submicron CMOS, in that the ASICs of the future will use as many 15 million logic gates, but that the analog and mixed-signal circuitry will be left off-chip
2003-03-12 T-Square rolls audio decoders for portable devices
T-Square Design announced at the 8th Annual IIC meet the development of T628X series of audio decoders, targeted at portable multimedia devices
2010-01-13 STB chip brings convergence to TVs
The HD chips provide the end user with 3D HDTV user experience enabled by unprecedented CPU performance
2004-03-26 ST combines set-top ICs into single package
STMicroelectronics unveiled two low-cost, set-top box chips: one for digital terrestrial and another for digital cable STBs
2002-06-07 SiS, VIA ramp challenge to graphics chip leaders
VIA Technologies Inc. is slipping into the competitive market for discrete desktop PC graphics chips just as crosstown rival Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. is honing its strategy for stealing business from lead suppliers NVIDIA Corp. and ATI Technologies Inc
2008-11-17 Simplify digital audio decoding
As the market for digital audio explodes, a number of chips and chipsets have been introduced to meet the demands of ever better players. Here's how you can simplify digital audio decoding
2006-01-09 Silicon Image's HDMI transmitters in ASUSTek, Hitachi PCs
Silicon Image announced that ASUSTek Computer and Hitachi have selected its SiI 1930 and SiI 1390 HDMI transmitters for their multimedia desktop and notebook PCs
2002-01-02 Sharp stacked CSP memory boasts 200Mb capacity
The company has developed a four-chip stacked CSP memory device that integrates two 64Mb NOR Flash memory chips, a 64Mb RAM and an 8Mb low-power SRAM into a single package
2009-11-10 Samsung slims down multi-die memory package
Samsung claims the thinnest multi-die memory package measuring 0.6mm in height, just half the thickness of a conventional memory package of eight stacked chips or dies
2009-01-14 Reports: GPS, Wi-Fi to defy '09 slump
The markets for chips focusing on the Wi-Fi, GPS navigation and location technology sectors could defy the global semiconductor downturn this year, according to two separate reports
2003-09-23 Renesas, Nazomi in mobile phone chip pact
Attempting to speed development of a new class of chips for mobile phones, the companies said they have agreed to share technology used to accelerate video and Java apps
2011-05-31 Renesas Mobile CEO sees LTE, modem tech as keys to success
Renesas Mobile's CEO has revealed the company's medium- and long-term plans, among them, a new modem technology and mobile app processor, and LTE chips connected to cloud services
2006-09-01 One-chip core logic eyes ultramobile PCs
Via Technologies Inc. is set to launch a single-chip core logic platform that squeezes a host of connectivity options and multimedia acceleration into a 35mm2 footprint
2010-05-17 Networked digital recording to boost MoCA market
Cable TV companies are planning to offer networked digital video recording services this year, driving a five-fold increase in the market for chips based on Multimedia over Coax Alliance standard.
2002-07-01 NeoMagic reemerges as SoC supplier
After pioneering the use of embedded DRAM in graphics chips for notebook PCs then getting forced out of that market, NeoMagic Corp. has reinvented itself as an SoC provider for handheld multimedia appliances.
2007-03-16 NAND prices plunge to the pits
Prices for NAND flash memory chips are projected to crater this year, tumbling by a whopping 65 percent and prompting whispers that this once high-margin technology could soon become a nearly free commodity
2007-01-10 Multicore DSPs support HD audio standards
Freescale has unveiled two dual-core DSP chips designed to support multiple high-definition audio standards
2011-01-11 MoCA 2.0 chipsets support Gbps data rates
Entropic Communications Inc. will sample chipsets to support the Multimedia over Coax Association home's standard ver. 2.0 by June 2011, with full production slated in early 2012
2010-02-12 MIPS set on cracking 3.5G/4G handset market
MIPS Technologies is determined to extend its processor IPs to both baseband and multimedia co-processor chips inside future mobile handsets.
2013-09-02 Merger between MediaTek, MStar receives approval from China
China's antitrust regulator has approved the stalled $4 billion merger between MediaTek and MStar while also setting conditions covering the sale of LCD TV chips
2015-09-23 MediaTek takes Amazon Fire TV territory from Qualcomm
The latest version of the Amazon Fire TV is powered by MediaTek's MT8173, a 64bit quad-core processor and the world's first multimedia SoC with ARM's Cortex-A72 cores
2008-11-10 Low-cost Bluetooth chip meets V2.0+EDR spec
AccelSemi has launched the AS3800 series of low-cost Bluetooth single chips that support Bluetooth SIG V2.0+EDR specification
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