Having successfully carved out a niche as arguably the world’s leading provider of analogue mobile TV technologies, Telegent has revealed a roadmap that will now include digital technology.
The company claims that since 2007 it has shipped more than 90 million free-to-air mobile TV chips into handsets sold globally.
Key elements underlying the roadmap include development of algorithms that improve picture and audio quality, improvements to system design that reduce the number and cost of required external components, migration to smaller process geometries that reduce system size and power consumption and expansion of supported TV standards.
Work will also go into improving picture quality standards and the overall consumer experience and ease of use.
It company insists that its strategic product roadmap for mobile TV will simultaneously drive new industry standards for best-in-class picture quality, system cost and power consumption in the analogue TV receiver market whilst enable its mobile handset customers to sell into markets currently in transition from analogue to digital TV standards.
We are continuously and aggressively pursuing industry-leading positions on the technical dimensions that matter most to our customers – picture quality, size, power consumption and system cost, said Ford Tamer, president and CEO of Telegent
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