Sling Media, Inc., the makers of the Slingbox family of placeshifting products, has ramped production of the new Slingbox SOLO, with Teridian Semiconductor’s Fast Ethernet
PHY IC – 78Q2123
Tom Kapucija, director of marketing for Teridian’s network products pointed out that Sling Media is a pioneer and leader of the ‘placeshifting’ technologies that give consumers the freedom to view their television programming on a variety of computing displays anywhere Internet access is available.
Kapucija said in a statement that their company is delighted to support Sling Media with their PHY products and pleased to continue demonstrating its commitment and reliability to the consumer electronics space.
Raghu Tarra, VP of Engineering for Sling Media explained that Teridian’s IC solution provides their Slingbox products with the network performance required to deliver the best possible experience when watching TV on a laptop computer or mobile phone. He said that Teridian’s 78Q2123 PHY offers an attractive total cost of implementation when comparing the number of passive components required with the smallest overall device and PCB footprint.
The 78Q2123, a small footprint Ethernet IC is included in Teridian Semiconductor’s family of Consumer Video and Audio devices. The other products in this family includes: 73S80xx (a broad Smart Card Reader portfolio for conditional access), 73M1822 (a single package Si DAA soft modem solution) and AVPro5xxx (a selection of Universal and SCART Audio Video Switches).
Teridian’s 78Q2123 solutions are currently available in production volumes, and pricing is available upon request.
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