Digital TV News: Xceive

CrestaTech Secures $13M to Develop Smart Tuners for TV and Mobile Devices
Apr 30, 2012 – CrestaTech has announced that it has secured a $13 million round of funding. The investment will be used to accelerate development of Smart Tuner™ ICs for the fast-growing market of Smart TV devices.
News categories: CrestaTech, Semiconductor, Smart TV, Venture Capital

CrestaTech Intros the Future of Smart TV System Design
Jan 12, 2012 – Cresta Technology has announced its vision for the future of TV reference designs introducing the concept of the global Smart TV, offering the latest features, reducing system cost and improving profitability for TV manufacturers using universal receiver technology.
News categories: CrestaTech, CES2020, Semiconductor, Smart TV

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.
News categories: In-Stat, Cable TV, Digital TV, Market Research, Satellite, Semiconductor, Set Top Box, Smart TV, Terrestrial

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.
News categories: In-Stat, Cable TV, Digital TV, Market Research, Satellite, Semiconductor, Set Top Box, Smart TV, Terrestrial

Amtran Selects Xceive Silicon tuner for new TV design
May 13, 2009 – Xceive has announced that Amtran has selected Xceive's XC5000 silicon tuner for its new line of TVs for the Taiwan market. Amtran will utilize the XC5000 to provide a solution for the unique requirements (DVB-T digital plus NTSC analog) in Taiwan.
News categories: Xceive, Amtran, Semiconductor, Smart TV, Taiwan, Terrestrial

LG Adopts Xceive Silicon Tuner for 2009 LCD and Plasma TVs
Jan 8, 2009 – Xceive has announced that LG has selected the XC5000 silicon tuner for its new lines of high-end flat panel TVs. Xceive's XC5000 is the first silicon TV tuner IC accepted into mainstream TV production for worldwide markets.
News categories: Xceive, LG Electronics, Australia, Digital TV, Europe, Korea, New Zealand, Semiconductor, Singapore, Smart TV, Taiwan, USA

Xceive's XC5000 Selected for New Mele PVR Product Line
Jan 8, 2009 – Xceive has announced that Mele has selected Xceive's XC5000 hybrid silicon tuner for its new line of HMC-3915T and HMC-S01BT personal video recorders (PVR), manufactured under the Emtec brand, for use in its Movie Cube product lines.
News categories: Xceive, Mele, Digital TV, DVR, Europe, Semiconductor, Terrestrial