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Friday 23 April 2010
MediaFLO to compete in Taiwan market: Q&A with Qualcomm VP Neville Meijers
As the Taiwan government plans to issue mobile TV operating licenses around the end of 2010, Qualcomm will partner with Taiwan-based enterprises, including Foxlink and Linkmedia Technology...
Sunday 21 March 2010
Telegent partners with Samsung for free-to-air mobile TV
Telegent Systems has announced that its analog mobile TV receiver is shipping in Samsung's Star TV S5233T handset that was recently launched in Southeast Asia. With this handset,...
Wednesday 17 March 2010
Axel Technologies to launch products at online application stores, says CEO
Axel Technologies, a Finland-based provider of mobile TV solutions, plans to launch its software products such as the Fuugo at online application stores such as App Store later in...
Wednesday 3 March 2010
China market: CMMB mobile TV application takes off
The state-run China Satellite Mobile Broadcasting has completed the deployment of CMMB networks in 282 cities around China and launched conditional-access CMMB services, aiming to...
Thursday 25 February 2010
Taiwan market: NCC to issue only 1 mobile TV license by year-end 2010, say sources
Taiwan's National Communications Commission (NCC) plans to issue only one mobile TV operating license before the end of 2010, instead of the release of two licenses as originally...
Friday 15 January 2010
Taiwan market: Two mobile TV licenses may be issued by end of 2010
Taiwan's National Communications Commission (NCC) plans to issue Taiwan's first two mobile TV licenses by the end of 2010, one to operate on Channel 35 (596-602MHz) and the other...
Wednesday 13 January 2010
Siano raises US$24 million funding
Siano Mobile Silicon has announced the completion of a US$23.5 million fourth round of funding. The round consists exclusively of all of Siano's existing investors: JVP, DFJ-Tamir-Fishman,...
Friday 25 December 2009
Garmin, Mio and Navigon ship PNDs based on Siano multi-standard mobile digital TV receiver chip
Mobile TV chip maker Siano Mobile Silicon has announced that PND makers, including Garmin, Mio and Navigon, have integrated its mobile digital TV (MDTV) receiver chips into their...
Wednesday 23 December 2009
Car and PND mobile TV market set to double by 2015, says iSuppli
Worldwide shipments of mobile TV systems for cars, consisting both of solutions embedded into autos and included in portable navigation devices (PNDs), are expected to more than double...
Thursday 3 December 2009
Arima Communications lands ISDB-T mobile TV handset orders from Sony Ericsson
Arima Communications has landed orders for ISDB-T enabled mobile TV handsets from Sony Ericsson, according to industry sources, who also noted that the mobile TV handsets, which will...
Thursday 22 October 2009
MediaTek to launch mobile TV chips in 2010, say sources
MediaTek will roll out mobile TV solutions supporting the DVB-H and DVB-T standards in 2010, according to market sources. The designer is also considering the possibility of developing...
Monday 19 October 2009
Taiwan government to release two mobile TV licenses in 2010, says paper
Taiwan's Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) has completed a draft proposal for the release of two national mobile TV operating licenses in Taiwan in 2010, according...
Friday 11 September 2009
MaxLinear delivers high performance DVB-T SoC
Carlsbad, Calif. - Sept. 10, 2009 - MaxLinear Inc., a fabless semiconductor company at the forefront of developing all-CMOS broadband radio-frequency (RF) & mixed-signal IC solutions...
Wednesday 9 September 2009
Siano unveils multi-standard mobile TV chip
Siano Mobile Silicon, a mobile digital TV (MDTV) chip maker, has announced the launch of a new multi-standard mobile TV receiver chip, the SMS1230. The SMS1230 supports the major...
Wednesday 12 August 2009
Mirics adds ISDB-T support to its FlexiTV multi-standard PC TV receiver
Mirics Semiconductor has announced that it has added ISDB-T One-seg support to its FlexiTV multi-standard PC TV receiver. The mobile DTV standard is adopted in Japan and Brazil.