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Sigma Designs rolls HiDTV Pro-UXL for smart TVs

04 Sep 2012

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Sigma Designs has unleashed of its HiDTV Pro-UXL (SoCs) geared for next generation smart TVs. According to the company, the device is designed to deliver an outstanding cinematic experience as a result of its integrated CPU, 3D graphics engine and high quality video processing pipeline.

The HiDTV Pro-UXL includes a 1GHz CPU with a dedicated L2 cache and 3D GPU performance for 50/60Hz smart TVs.�Worldwide, there has been a notable increase in 50/60Hz DTV consumers accessing the Internet using graphic rich applications. The increase in CPU and GPU performance applications in the HiDTV Pro-UXL allows for a significantly improved user experience and offers TV OEMs the ability to add future applications worry-free of performance concerns, stated the company. Sigma Designs offers complete turnkey reference platforms for U.S., E.U., China and LATAM with connected TV applications.

The HiDTV Pro-UXL is an integrated SoC platform that includes multiple CPUs, ATSC/DVB-T/DVB-C, analog demodulators, a secure programmable transport stream demultiplexer, a high performance 3D graphics engine, a 3D-TV-capable multicapable HD video decoder, and a programmable audio decoder with video post processor that supports several of Sigma Designs audio processing algorithms. A 1GHz MIPS 74Kf CPU and Imagination SGX 531 graphics core enable advanced connectivity and OTT services to power the next generation of smart TVs.�Sigma Designs is sampling HiDTV Pro-UXL with leading customers today.




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