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Realtek to supply TV chip solution to China vendor Hisense

Oct 1, 10:06

IC designer Realtek Semiconductor has announced China-based TV vendors Hisense has adopted its third-generation digital media processor (DMP) codenamed RTD1073, which provides a hardware...

Lanner introduces automotive DVR with 3G wireless and 4-channel H.264

Sep 3, 15:10

Lanner Electronics has announced the release of the VW-1104, a compact mobile DVR platform built on the Intel Atom CPU and offering Wi-Fi, 3G mobile and GPS communications along with...

Nvidia's 5-year plan coming to fruition as GPU compute goes mainstream, Q&A with Ujesh Desai, vice president of product marketing

Jun 2, 11:55

Nvidia built its name around satisfying PC gamers' desire for better graphics, higher resolutions, and higher frame rates, from one GPU generation to the next. But around five years...

Ujesh Desai, vice president of product marketing, Nvidia

Intel working with Broadcom to enhance HD decoding in Pine Trail

May 21, 14:40

Intel is working with chipmaker Broadcom to enhance the HD decoding capabilities in its next-generation netbook platform (Pine Trail), according to sources at notebook makers.

VIA announces VX855 MSP for SFF and mobile PCs

Mar 13, 13:54

VIA Technologies has announced the VIA VX855 media system processor (MSP) – a power efficient, all-in-one chipset that addresses the key performance and entertainment requirements...

The future of network video: Q&A with Tim Chen of Lanner Electronics

Nov 5, 12:26

Network video shows potential in a growing range of industries, from surveillance and security, to health care, industrial automation, and transportation. This is largely thanks to...

Tim Chen, Senior Vice President for Video Communications at Lanner Electronics
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