Silicon Image, Inc. provides video, audio, and data connectivity solutions for the mobile, consumer electronics (CE), personal computer (PC), and enterprise markets. The company delivers its technology through semiconductor and intellectual property products. It offers mobile high-definition link (MHL) and high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) transmitters that enable smart phones and tablets to connect to televisions, PC monitors, automobile infotainment systems, projectors, audio/video (A/V) receivers, and other devices with MHL inputs or HDMI inputs via an MHL-to-HDMI adapter; MHL-to-HDMI bridge products for connecting MHL mobile products with HDMI-enabled platforms; SiBEAM, a snap ...
1140 East Arques Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Founded in 1995
Silicon Image Introduces First superMHL™/HDMI 2.0 Port Processor for Next Generation Home Theater Devices
Mar 16 15
Silicon Image announced the world's first superMHL/HDMI® 2.0 port processor the SiI9779. The SiI9779 supports superMHL, the MHL Consortium's latest specification, which is ideal for the home theater/CE market and delivers 8K 60fps video resolution and immersive object audio. Manufacturers can use the SiI9779 to create a new generation of products, enabling consumers to connect superMHL 8K source devices to TVs and monitors using the user friendly, reversible superMHL connector. The superMHL input also enables MHL mobile devices to deliver resolutions of 4K 60fps and beyond through existing and new connectors such as the USB Type-C with MHL Alt Mode. Three HDMI 2.0 inputs allow connections to existing Blu-ray Discâ ¢ players, AVRs, streaming media sticks, and other source devices. Full support for HDCP 2.2 ensures the secure delivery of premium content. The SiI9779 port processor supports: One superMHL input and three HDMI 2.0 inputs for display applications; One superMHL output for source applications such as STBs; 8K 60fps video resolution as outlined in the superMHL specification; New, reversible 32-pin superMHL connector; USB Type-C with MHL Alt Mode; High Dynamic Range (HDR), Deep Color, BT.2020; Object audio Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, 3D audio, audio-only mode; High bit-rate audio extraction and HDCP 2.2 premium content protection.
Silicon Image, Inc. Announces Board and Executive Changes
Mar 11 15
Silicon Image, Inc., Lattice Semiconductor Corporation and Cayabyab Merger Company (Purchaser), entered into an agreement and plan of merger. Pursuant to the terms of the merger agreement, at the effective time, the directors and officers of the purchaser immediately prior to the effective time became the directors and officers of the company following the effective tme. Accordingly, at the Effective Time, each of Camillo Martino, William Raduchel, Peter Hanelt, Masood Jabbar, William George and Umesh Padval ceased to be directors of the company and any committee thereof. No director resigned because of any disagreement with the company on any matter relating to the company's operation, policies, or practices. Effective prior to the expiration of the Offer, Edward Lopez, Chief Legal and Administrative Officer, Timothy Vehling, Senior Vice President, Connectivity Group, Seamus Meagher, Vice resident, Worldwide Sales, Khurram Sheikh, Chief Strategy and Technology Officer and Stanley Mbugua, Corporate Controller, ceased being executive officers of the Company. At the Effective Time, Camillo Martino, the Chief Executive Officer, and Raymond Cook, the Chief Financial Officer, ceased being executive officers of the company. Also at the effective time, Darin G. Billerbeck (age 55) assumed the role of director and President of the company, Joe G. Bedewi (age 55) assumed the role of director and Treasurer of the company and Byron W. Milstead (age 58) assumed the role of director and Secretary of the company. At the time Messrs. Billerbeck, Bedewi and Milstead assumed the roles of directors, it had not yet been determined on which committees, if any, of the Board of Directors of the company Messrs. Billerbeck, Bedewi and Milstead would serve.
Silicon Image, Inc.(NasdaqGS:SIMG) dropped from NASDAQ Composite Index
Mar 10 15
Silicon Image, Inc. has been added to NASDAQ Composite Index.