, a provider of high-bandwidth semiconductors and intellectual property for the secure distribution, presentation and storage of high-definition content, unveiled
its plan to showcase its latest mobile and IP products at the 2010 Mobile World Congress
, to be held through Feb. 18 at Fira de Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain.
“GSMA Mobile World Congress is the premier event for the mobile industry,” Camillo Martino, CEO of Silicon Image (News
), Inc., said. “GSMA offers us an ideal venue to meet with key customers and strategic partners to discuss our mobile strategy and product offerings.”
The company is on the forefront of developing and promoting innovative mobile connectivity solutions that enhance the user experience. Moreover, it is also actively developing and promoting leading-edge technologies for the mobile market that include HDMI, SPMT and Mobile HD Technology.
Silicon Image’s product demonstrations will include; Low-power HDMI transmitters,
CamerIC-18 megapixel image signal processor (ISP) IP core, Serial Port Memory and Technology DRAM.
The camerIC-18 ISP IP core is said to integrate the Lightweight Hardware Face Detector version of the FotoNation (News
) FaceTracker solution, which provides fast, high-performance face detection and tracking capabilities for camera-enabled devices. The technology uses innovative face-oriented technology to detect up to 10 faces in the camera viewfinder in as little as 0.1 seconds. Silicon Image’s Serial Port Memory Technology (SPMT) is a memory specification for dynamic random access memory (DRAM) that is based on a serial interface rather than the standard parallel interface.
Founded in 1995, Silicon Image is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., with regional engineering and sales offices in China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.
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