Orise starts mass production of LCD Driver with Full HD frame buffer
Hsin Chu, Taiwan – October 1st, 2013
Taiwan ImagingTek (TITC) today announced that Orise Technology, Co., Ltd. (Orise) a global leader and technology innovator in display panel ICs starts shipping LCD Driver chips with an on-chip Full HD resolution frame buffer with TITC l image compression IPs.
Taking advantage of sharp price drop of the LCD panels, Smart phone are migrating to higher resolution for higher image-video quality. Higher resolution in display device adds higher cost of frame buffer memory due to the limit of I/O bandwidth, increases EMI headache in due to higher data rate and enlarged PCB size and signal routing.
“Our world top Smart phone partners are demanding solution of reducing memory cost, low power consumption in advanced LCD Display panels ”, said Orise. “TITC’s compression technology (IP) provides us with the right solution of reducing memory die area. With the IPs and very experienced TITC team, we already shipped new lines of HD 720 and Full HD resolution driver chips for our world brand Smart phone partners with less expensive memory chip with lower power”.
“We are glad to see the successful mass production of Orise’s multiple LCD drivers shipping to world top smart phone suppliers. TITC provides not only top quality compression IP, lower memory cost, but also system know-how in reducing data rate of the image signal traveling among devices.” said Mr. Star Sung, the CEO of TITC. “TITC’s lossless compression IPs have entered mass production in imaging/video systems through German Micronas, the world top TV decoder supplier, Kawasaki Mirco in TCON for TV, Renesas and Panasonic in TV processor & FRC, Sunplus DVD/STB chip and Italian Olivetti MFP machines. We’ll keep investing in lossless compression IPs, providing best solutions and customer design for our world top partners.”
Some global system and IC suppliers in mobile phone, image sensor, DV, DVD/STB, automobile and 3D/Gaming are adopting TITC IPs and solutions for cutting the power consumption, reducing the memory cost and easing the EMI issues. This exciting news of mass production from Orise further demonstrates the prevailing advantage of TITC compression technology in the consumer markets.