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2007-11-06 Multistandard native 1080/60p HD decoders target next-gen STBs
Horizon Semiconductors claims the industry's first single chip multistandard native 1,080/60p high-definition decoders for triple-play/quad-play cable, satellite and IPTV STBs
2012-01-06 Toumaz forms wireless spinout
According to Toumaz, its board of directors created the spinout in order to strengthen the focus of the company's healthcare and semiconductor divisions.
2007-09-03 Tune in to key mobile TV trends, success factors
Industry market analysts forecasted that more than 250 million people will be viewing TV content on mobile devices by 2010. This article discusses the trends and challenges of mobile TV transmission, and the key success factors to create product differentiation.
2007-10-19 HDTV transcoder handles multiple standards
Horizon Semiconductors intends to bridge the gap between the number of different HDTV protocols and standards with its Hz4010 multistandard transcoder chip
2007-03-16 DVB-T edges out DVB-H in mobile TV
The strong possibility that DVB-T would eclipse DVB-H has compelled chip vendors to repurpose their products and shift their targets for end-system and geographical markets
2011-10-04 Dev't tool enables cloud solutions
The 32bit Minimorph development system has 384kB on-chip SRAM and XGA (1024 x 768) display controller with 2D accelerator
2012-01-12 Intel announces Lenovo, Motorola deals
Intel has officially rolled out the details of its Medfield 32nm platform for smartphones. The company has also announced partnerships with Lenovo and Motorola.
2011-01-03 Multimedia product trends demand innovation
As the industry recovers and the market demands innovative differentiated products, semiconductor companies can license building blocks to immediately catch up with emerging technology trends.
2008-03-25 Demistifying software-defined radio platforms
In general, an SDR is a reconfigurable and programmable hardware platform that can potentially tune to any frequency band and receive any modulation. The SDR solution that IMEC envisions has a reconfigurable front-end combined with a (re)programmable baseband platform. It targets 802.11n, 802.16e and 3GPP-LTE.
2008-11-26 Chips aim to resolve H.264/AVC issues
From digital TVs to portable electronics, the H.264/AVC next-generation video compression standard is becoming mainstream.
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