Digital TV News: Fresco Microchip

LG Innotek Adopts Fresco's Latest Silicon Tuner
Apr 19, 2012 – Fresco Microchip has announced that LG Innotek (LGIT) has selected the FM5150 hybrid tuner IC for its latest silicon-tuner based modules. The FM5150 is Fresco's silicon tuner for global hybrid terrestrial and cable television.
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Fresco Microchip Debuts Simply RF™ Silicon Tuner for Global Hybrid TV
Jan 10, 2012 – Fresco Microchip has announced the FM5150A, its silicon tuner for global hybrid terrestrial and cable TV. The FM5150A eliminates the effects of digital noise from microprocessors and digital processing commonly found inside existing designs.
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Silicon TV Tuners Value Expected to Reach US$ 750 Million in 2015
Aug 16, 2011 – The transition from older-style can-type tuners to silicon TV tuners finally began to occur in 2010. According to new In-Stat research, sales of silicon TV tuners will reach $750 million in 2015.
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Fresco Microchip Raises $9 Million Series C Round
Jun 28, 2011 – Fresco Microchip has announced that it has secured funding in a series C financing round totaling $9 million. Funds will be used to commercialize Fresco's product portfolio and to augment the company's ability to serve customer demand in emerging markets.
News categories: Fresco Microchip, Semiconductor, Venture Capital

Worldwide Mobile TV Tuner Market Value to Exceed $400 Million by 2014
Nov 2, 2010 – Digital mobile TV services are ramping up throughout Asia, as well as Latin America. In the US, new ATSC mobile DTV services are launching. As a result, In-Stat expects the worldwide market value of mobile TV tuners to exceed $400 million by 2014.
News categories: In-Stat, Digital TV, Market Research, Mobile, Portable, Semiconductor

Silicon Vendors Battle For $500 Milion TV Tuner Market
Jul 20, 2010 – Silicon chip vendors are fighting hard for the shifting TV tuner market in which traditional can-type TV tuners are being replaced by all-solid-state, silicon-based TV tuners, reports In-Stat. NXP is the global market leader for silicon tuners.
News categories: In-Stat, Digital TV, Market Research, Peripherals / Accessories, Semiconductor, Set Top Box, Smart TV

TV Tuner Transition from 'Cans' to Silicon Enables $500 Million Opportunity
Jun 18, 2010 – Although traditional 'can' type TV tuners are still the mainstream approach being used for high-volume television sets, the next-generation of ultra-slim TVs will need compact Silicon Tuners to enable thinner circuit boards, reports In-Stat.
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SANYO Latest TV Tuners Feature Fresco Microchip Hybrid Receivers
May 12, 2010 – Fresco Microchip has announced that SANYO Tuner Industries has selected its FM1150 analog demodulator and digital IF processor IC for its UDA series tuner family. SANYO's latest tuners are targeted at North American and European hybrid TVs.
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Panasonic Electronic Devices Selects Fresco Microchip FM1151 for Next Generation Tuners
Dec 2, 2009 – Fresco Microchip has announced that Panasonic Electronic Devices (PED) has selected Fresco's FM1151 universal analog demodulator and digital IF processor IC for its latest hybrid tuners.
News categories: Fresco Microchip, Panasonic Electronic Devices, Cable TV, Digital TV, Semiconductor, Set Top Box, Smart TV, Terrestrial