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|MagnaChip Semiconductor Launches a One-Chip Solution for High
Resolution Mobile Display Products|
SEOUL, South Korea - MagnaChip Semiconductor announced
the launch of its new one-chip QVGA solution for high-end, high- resolution mobile display products.
MagnaChip QVGA TFT one-chip IS2320 supports resolution of 240 RGB x 320 dot and 262K color in 2.0," 2.2," and 2.4"
panel displays. This new product contains a source driver, a gate driver, memory, an embedded power supply, and will
provide a 68/80 system MPU interface and an 18/16/6-bit RGB interface. This product was developed by ISRON, a
leading display driver IC company based in Osaka, Japan, which MagnaChip acquired in March 2005. Prototypes of this
new chip solution will be produced and shipped to customers this month. MagnaChip offers the smallest chip size
among the currently available QVGA TFT one-chip Driver IC products.
Yoshio Imamura, former head
of ISRON and now Chief Technology Officer in MagnaChip's Display Solutions Division, commented, "Digital cameras
became a must have consumer electronic device only when the Megapixel count reached the level necessary to provide
consumers with comparable or better quality images than traditional cameras. Many industry observers believe that
mobile phones will be able to provide camera technology comparable to a digital camera. This will potentially spur
another upgrade cycle led by consumers currently using mobile phones with only basic functionality."
Imamura continued, "MagnaChip is positioned to lead such a cycle because our higher resolution display
products are at the forefront of this new technology. We have been supporting several important customer roadmaps
with our latest solution and would expect to see the next generation of camera phones hitting the market by this
December containing our technology."
The IS2320 chip will be produced using TSMC's 0.25um
Jueves, 01 Septiembre, 2005 - 09:58