Company Overview of Hisense Company, Ltd.
Hisense Company, Ltd., through its subsidiaries, manufactures and supplies electronic products to customers in China and internationally. It offers multimedia products, such as televisions, broadband multimedia consumer electronics subscriber terminal equipment, IPTV products, and CMOS chips; home appliances, including refrigeration products, domestic and commercial air conditioners, washing machines, and small home appliances; and telecommunications products, such as communications terminals, optical communication products, intelligent transport products, business software, and intelligent business equipment. The company also provides mobile handsets, Linux OS smartphones, wireless modules,...
17 Donghaixi Road
Founded in 1969
Key Executives for Hisense Company, Ltd.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Hisense Company, Ltd. Key Developments
Hisense Group Starts Mass Production Shipments of its Latest-Generation of LED/LCD Televisions
Dec 2 13
MaxLinear Inc. announced that Hisense Group has started mass production shipments of its latest-generation of LED/LCD televisions that feature the MxL661, MaxLinear's 6th generation CMOS TV tuner IC. Hisense is an early adopter of MaxLinear's previous generations of high-performance global hybrid silicon tuners and selected the pin-compatible MxL661 because it provides further cost, performance and feature-set improvements while enabling seamless integration into new TV platforms using existing designs. Importantly, the MxL661 is the only CMOS hybrid TV tuner solution that implements on-chip programmable RF-to-IF delay necessary for signal reception in legacy Chinese analog cable TV systems with TV content-access protection. This feature, in particular, enables Hisense to configure its television sets for non-standard cable TV signal conditions prevalent in China. The MxL661's programmability coupled with sensitivity and linearity performance enables TV manufacturers to provide reliable reception and stable picture quality under severely impaired broadcast conditions. The MxL661 hybrid TV tuner is based on MaxLinear's 'Super Radio' technology that offers exceptional reception performance, silicon integration, and power consumption. The MxL661 not only enables balun-less implementations for cost-sensitive designs, but also features software programmable radio frequency (RF) to intermediate frequency (IF) signal delay function, which is required in some Chinese cable TV systems. The MxL661 device allows manufacturers to design a common front-end for all global broadcast standards. Supported standards include: PAL, SECAM, NTSC, DVB-T/T2, ISDB-T, ISDB-Tmm, ATSC, ATSC M/H, DTMB, ITU-T J.83 Annex A (DVB-C) /B (US Cable) /C (Japan).
Haier and Hisense Reportedly Planning To Buy Fagormastercook
Nov 29 13
Haier Group Company and Hisense Company, Ltd. are looking to buy Fagormastercook S A, according to unofficial source. Haier and Hisense interested in this transaction because they want to launch production base in Europe. The acquisition is estimated to have a value of € 100 million, but it is not yet confirmed what will be included in the transaction. FagorMastercook has been in acquisition talks with 17 investors in total, according to earlier information.
Hisense and Sina Weibo Announce Launch of Internet-Connected Smart Air Conditioner
Sep 23 13
On September 23, Hisense and Sina Weibo announced in Beijing the availability of a cross-sector smart air conditioner, the power, temperature, and humidity of which can be controlled and adjusted by instructions sent via a private message over Weibo, China's leading microblog service. To activate, users register a Sina Weibo account for the air conditioner, which is connected via its power line, then add the account to their Friends List (with scalability to all mobile instant messaging tools including WeChat). The user then initiates a dialogue with the account via Weibo private messages to check the temperature, humidity, and other conditions at home and issue smart commands which will be seamlessly delivered to and executed by the air conditioner. This new smart product lineup is being launched by Hisense Group following the success of smart TVs and smart refrigerators. Dr. Wang Zhigang of Hisense said it is a landmark product that adopts Hisense's household Internet of Things technology. Mobile social technology is changing the lives of families at a faster pace than any could have ever imagined.
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