August 29, 2014 9:36 PM ET

Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment

Company Overview of Analogix Semiconductor, Inc.

Company Overview

Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. designs and manufactures analog and mixed-signal semiconductors for the digital media market. It provides receivers, transmitters, converters, translators, Ethernet converters, Ethernet switches, and transceivers, as well as transmitter and receiver IP cores. The company also offers accessories, such as adapters for connecting mobile phones and tablets to HD projectors, TVs, computers, or monitors for multi-display productivity and big screen entertainment. Its products are used for the distribution of high-definition video and audio in consumer electronics. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California with additional offices in...

3211 Scott Boulevard

Suite 103

Santa Clara, CA 95054

United States

Founded in 2002

Phone:

408-988-8848

Fax:

408-988-8686

Key Executives for Analogix Semiconductor, Inc.

Founder
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 55
Chief Architect and Vice President of Engineering
Chief Technology Officer
Vice President and General Manager of Analogix China
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. Key Developments

Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. and Ice Computer Partner on Ultraportable Pocket PCs with SlimPort Interface

ICE Computer and Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. are announcing ICE’s xPC series of smartphone-sized, modular pocket PCs featuring a built-in SlimPort interface solution from Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. during this week’s 2014 Computex show in Taipei, Taiwan. The ultraportable xPC computer platform offers two versions, both of them using the Analogix SlimPort transmitter IC ANX7808: xPC PRO based on Intel Haswell/Broadwell and xPC based on Intel Bay Trail platform.

Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. Announces Availability of SlimPort-4K Product Line-Up

Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. announced the availability of its highly integrated SlimPort-4K product line, which allows users to share content from their mobile devices on external displays at up to 4K Ultra-HD resolution, with 3D graphics and audio. Analogix's high-speed, ultra-low power SlimPort-4K transmitter, ANX7816, is in mass production and the SlimPort-4K receiver, ANX7738, is sampling. SlimPort components and adaptors are DisplayPort (DP1.2/MyDP1.0) certified. The DisplayPort standard provides for even higher frequencies and Analogix is already developing the next generation of SlimPort(R) transmitters that will support 4K at 60 frames per second -- which provides the smooth, life-like cinematic experience desired by movie viewers. The SlimPort-4K transmitters and receivers have versions supporting the latest High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP2.2) encryption standard, so content owners are assured their copyrights are secure. With numerous manufacturers having introduced SlimPort-enabled products in a variety of form factors, supporting multiple system processors and operating systems, as well as accessory manufacturers rolling out an assortment of adaptors to connect SlimPort-enabled devices to larger displays, SlimPort(R) is becoming the de-facto mobile interface solution for display, data and charging over mobile USB connectors. The SlimPort transmitters integrate all of the components needed in the smart phone into a single chip. This reduces the system cost so that SlimPort can be added to mainstream mobile devices without compromising the user experience.

Analogix and ZTE Nubia Partner on First 4K Resolution Smartphone for Ultra-HD Big-Screen Viewing with SlimPort Interface

ZTE Corp. and Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. are demonstrating the industry's first 4K capable smartphone under ZTE's premium Nubia brand during this week's 2014 International CES show in Las Vegas. The Nubia 4K capable smartphone features a built-in SlimPort(R) interface solution from Analogix Semiconductor, Inc., which allows it to display theater-quality movies, sports, presentations and other content on external displays with up to 4K resolution. The Nubia smartphone features Nubia's NeoLink technology, the industry's first truly end-to-end commercial mobile solution, with SlimPort as underlying technology, and it is on display at both ZTE's booth #31431 in South Hall 3 and the SlimPort booth #36912 in South Hall 4 of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Ultra-HD 4K displays, the latest advance in video performance, offer vertical resolution of nearly 4,000 pixels (3,840 pixels × 2,160 lines) -- twice the resolution of today's popular 1080p HDTV displays. TV and chip makers are adding support for 4K output capability to their latest devices, while companies such as Netflix and Amazon have begun creating 4K programming for the new format.

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