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Samsung buys TranSwitch's tech for next-gen TVs

Posted: 19 Aug 2011     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:video processors  intellectual property  visual display 

Samsung Electronics selects TranSwitch's HDMI 1.4 Intellectual Property (IP) with patented Phaswitch technology for its next-generation high-definition televisions.

Under the agreement, Samsung Electronics will incorporate TranSwitch's HDMI technology in next-generation video processors across its Visual Display product lines in 2013, including flat panel televisions. TranSwitch believes that its HDMI 1.4 interconnect technology with Phaswitch will enable Samsung Electronics' Visual Display product lines to provide full high definition and fast switching times with low power consumption and minimal footprint.

HDMI 1.4 receiver IP Core product complies with HDMI 1.4 and DVI 1.0 standards. Its phaswitch feature enables fast input ports switching capability. HDMI 1.4 receiver IP Core product supports HDCP 1.4 with hardware-based authentication.

"We are proud that Samsung has selected TranSwitch's HDMI solution for its next-generation Digital TVs," stated M. Ali Khatibzadeh, president and CEO of TranSwitch Corp. "The adoption of TranSwitch's HDMI 1.4 IP by the global leader in consumer electronics validates our best-in-class technology offering. We have 14-year track record in licensing our high-speed intellectual property (IP) cores to top tier companies, including some of the largest semiconductor companies in the world. With our comprehensive portfolio of high-speed video IP cores and the introduction of our new HDplay semiconductor products, which support both HDMI and DisplayPort, we believe TranSwitch is now well-positioned to emerge as a leader in high-speed video connectivity market."

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