Supply chain
ChipSiP WiDi production fuels smart home market with miniaturization value of SiP
Press release
Wednesday 11 April 2012

ChipSiP Technology, a leading company in turnkey SiP solutions, has achieved total shipments of 100,000 WiDi modules by the first quarter of 2012 after selling bundle with an international PC brand. An insight into the prospects of smart TV, which will help expand WiDi technology to tablet PCs and smart phones from PCs in 2012.

"When wireless technologies become a part of our homes, they will shift notebook, tablet PC and cell phone on the way of smartening our lives.'Wireless Display' is a significant step forward for mobile device and TV in advancing connected home. Moreover, WiDi is not only easy to carry but it also frees more space for home with its miniature size in the market via SiP technology. The product provides a real-time consistent usage experience between external mobile devices and TVs." said George Tai, President of ChipSiP.

Based on the wireless streaming technology, WiDi enables to wirelessly stream high-definition 1080p videos to TV screens from PCs, notebooks, tablet PCs, and smart phones. Families can enjoy the multimedia entertainment instantly on a TV screen by sharing their collection from a mobile device. Georg Tai, President of ChipSiP, said, "Along with the revolution of seamless connectivity and miniaturization components, we will see more opportunities in the second half of this year, which manufacturers require WiDi to be embedded into mobile devices and TVs instead of an external adapter. Most importantly, SiP technology is sparking the innovation of smaller chip package designs and greater integrations in a small system circuit board."

SiP technology makes contributions both in remaining extremely small size even when more functionality is incorporated in a small footprint, and in spurring home-network interaction in a smart way. Because of this technology, a wide range of lightweight home devices such as set-top box, IP cam, and LED lighting with wireless connectivity will emerge at home soon.

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