SiBEAM, Inc., a semiconductor company, develops chipset solutions for wireless communications. The company offers SB9120 WirelessHD, a HRTX network processor to provide a wireless video-area network (WVAN) solution; SB9121 WirelessHD, a HRRX network processor; and WirelessHD reference kit. It also offers millimeter wave technologies; and solutions for wireless personal area networks (WPAN) and WLAN automotive. The company’s products are used in Blu-ray DVD players, DVD recorders, high definition set top boxes, media receivers, A/V receivers, plasma displays, LCD-TVs, rear projection DTVs, and front projectors. It serves consumer electronics manufacturers; manufacturers of mobile devices with...
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SiBEAM, Inc. Appoints Khurram Sheikh as President
Jan 14 15
Khurram Sheikh, currently Chief Strategy & Technology Officer for Silicon Image, Inc., will take on the additional responsibilities as the new President of SiBEAM, Inc.
SiBEAM, Inc. Announces SiBEAM Snap Wireless Connector Technology
Jan 6 15
SiBEAM, Inc. announced SiBEAM Snap wireless connector technology that will not only transform how consumers connect their devices, but will enable thinner and more robust mobile devices. Consumers use their mobile devices everywhere and expect those devices to have stunning designs and protected from everyday mishaps such as spilled coffee in the office or water damage on the ski slope. While wireless technologies such as LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, WirelessHD, and wireless charging have provided consumers the freedom to use their mobile device anywhere, physical connectors continue to limit device robustness and industrial design. Revolutionary SiBEAM Snap technology has been architected to replace physical connectors on a wide variety of devices including smart phones, tablets, 2-in-1 laptops, action cameras, wireless docks, and point-of-sales (POS) kiosks. By replacing physical connectors with SiBEAM Snap wireless connectors, device manufacturers are liberated to design more elegant devices for consumers that are completely wireless, thinner, lighter and better protected from damage caused by water, mud, and dust. SiBEAM Snap technology is an ideal enhancement to wireless power or wireless charging that is rapidly becoming an essential feature in smartphones and tablets. When combined with wireless charging, SiBEAM Snap technology can completely replace the USB, HDMI, or DisplayPort connectors for data and video transfers and power charge, allowing for a truly connector-free mobile device. SiBEAM is announcing its first two Snap single-chip integrated circuit (IC) solutions – the SB6212 Snap transmitter and SB6213 Snap receiver designed to replace any USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 connector and deliver up to 12 Gb/s of bi-directional throughput wirelessly, providing the bandwidth for high-speed video and data transfer. Key Features and Benefits of SiBEAM Snap Technology: features: secure, bi-directional ultra-high bandwidth wireless link; up to 12 Gb/s for high-speed data transfers and 4K Ultra HD video streaming; replaces physical data and video connectors, including all variations of USB 2.0, USB 3.0, HDMI, and DisplayPort connectors; concurrent low-speed data tunneling for communication and control; software-driver free benefits: elegant industrial design – enables a truly wireless device with uncompromised designs; multi-gigabit speed aligns with current and next-generation connector speeds; freedom allows for more durable, rugged and life proof devices that can go anywhere; eliminates signal integrity and EMI design complexities that comes with ultra-high bandwidth physical connectors; key features of the SB6212 and the SB621 single-chip solution supports USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and I2C interfaces; can replace USB Type A, Type B, Type C, and Micro USB connectors SiBEAM at the 2015 International CES - Las Vegas, Nevada. SiBEAM will be showcasing its Snap technology by invitation only at Silicon Image’s demo suite in the Meeting Place #MP25877, South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center during the 2015 International CES from January 6, 2015 through, January 9, 2015.