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Digitimes Research: SoC technology for Ultra HD TVs to mature in 2015
Tom Lo, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Monday 21 April 2014]

System on chip (SoC) solutions for Ultra HD TVs are expected to become more mature in 2015 as Ultra HD content, transmissions and display technology develop, according to Digitimes Research.

Ultra HD TV SoCs have seen limited development as related technologies have yet to increase from Full HD to Ultra HD, but as market demand for such technologies increases Ultra HD TV SoCs will as well, particularly from 2015 when Ultra HD TVs are expected to see a significant increase in demand, added Digitimes Research.

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