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4275 Burton Drive

Santa Clara, CA 95054

United States

Phone: 408-567-3000

Fax: 408-567-3001

OmniVision Technologies, Inc. engages in the design, development and marketing of semiconductor image-sensor devices. The company’s main products, image-sensing devices which are referred to as CameraChip image sensors, capture an image electronically and are used in consumer and commercial mass-market applications. The company’s CameraChip image sensors are manufactured using the complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) fabrication process and is a single-chip solution that integrates distinct functions, including image capture, image processing, color processing, signal conversion and output of a fully processed image or video stream. Products The company’s main products, CameraChip image-sensing devices, are used to capture images electronically and are used in consumer and commercial mass-market applications. In addition, the company designs and develops another category of products which are referred to as CameraCubeChip imaging devices. They are image sensors with integrated wafer-level optics. The company also supplies companion chips used to connect its image sensors to various interfaces, including the universal serial bus (USB), a connection which allows add-on devices to be connected to notebook and Webcams and other industry standard interfaces such as the Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI), and low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS). In addition, the company provides companion digital signal processors (DSP) that perform compression in standardized still photo and digital video formats. The company also designs and develops standard software drivers for Linux, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows, as well as for embedded operating systems such as Android, Blackberry OS, Symbian, Windows CE, Windows Embedded and Windows Mobile. These software drivers accept the image data being received from the USB, provide data decompression, if required, and manage interface protocols with the camera. In 2014, the company incorporated its first display solution into its product portfolio, in the form of a liquid crystal on silicon chipset. New Products In 2014, the company introduced the OV5670, its 5-megapixel PureCel image sensor with 1.12-µm pixels. The 1/5-inch OV5670 is designed for both front- and rear-facing camera applications in smartphones and tablets. It is capable of capturing full resolution 5-megapixel images at 30 frames per second (FPS) quad high definition (HD) video at 30 FPS, cropped 1080p HD at 60 FPS, or 720p HD at 60 FPS. In 2014, the company also introduced the OV10640, its first automotive image sensor built on OmniBSI technology, and the OV490, a companion chip that enables image and video processing. The 1.3-megapixel OV10640 reproduce high dynamic range (HDR) scenery with up to 120 dB, and is capable of recording full-resolution 1.3-megapixel video at 60 FPS. In 2014, the company introduced the OV2740, a full high-definition PureCel image sensor with 1.4-µm backside illuminated pixels. Designed for front-facing cameras in smartphones, tablets, and notebooks, the OV2740 can record 1080p HD video at 60 FPS and 720p HD video at 90 FPS. In 2014, the company introduced the OV7676, a 1/7.5-inch VGA image sensor based on its 3-µm OmniPixel3-HS pixel technology. The OV7676 could be used in a range of applications, including mobile phones, tablets, wearables, notebooks, and IP network cameras. It is also equipped with ViV. In 2014, the company introduced the OVM6211 CameraCubeChip, a CameraCubeChip imaging device based on its OmniPixel-3GS global shutter pixel architecture. The OVM6211 is capable of capturing 400 × 400 video at 120 FPS, and has an ultra-low power mode for machine and computer vision applications. In 2014, the company introduced the OV13860, its first 13-megapixel PureCel-S image sensor with 1.3-µm pixels. The 1/2.6-inch OV13860 leverages its stacked-die technology, which separates the imaging array from the image sensor processing pipeline into a stacked-die structure. In 2014, the company also introduced the OV16850, a 16-megapixel PureCel-S image sensor in a native 16:9 format, designed for premium smartphones. The 1/2.6-inch OV16850 is

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