Trident to Showcase Latest Platform Innovations at CES
Considering the potential of interactivity in the entertainment industry, Trident Microsystems, Inc., a provider of set-top box and TV semiconductor solutions, will be showcasing its latest platform innovations enabling a new dimension in consumer entertainment in a private suite at the Wynn Hotel during CES (News - Alert) 2011.
Displaying its strength in picture quality, 3DTV, connectivity and HD audio, Trident's CES roundup will show how it is developing all of the building blocks required by the connected home, where any content can be enjoyed at any time, on any display, from a variety of devices.
With more than two decades of innovation in the semiconductor market and more than 2,000 patents, Trident provides the core technology that is powering many of the top TV brands today. The company said its connected TV solutions offer crystal clear images and enable consumers to seamlessly connect to the Internet and surf the web directly from their television.
A variety of exciting new online services have been integrated onto the Trident DTV platform. The Trident PNX 5130 chip represents the industry's first integrated 2D-to-3D conversion chipset that provides best-in-class 3D capabilities while also enabling a 3D TV to display the high volume of 2D content that exists today.Christos Lagomichos, president of Trident Microsystems (News - Alert), Inc. said that Trident has transformed itself into a strong and global market leader providing the underlying technology to most of the top-tier TV and set-top box OEMs. He added that the company’s products are driving the capabilities that consumers will have in their home entertainment centers, and our CES demo suite showcases this technology and the complete ecosystem we have created around our hardware platform.
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