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Telechips Announces Low Power 4K Set Top Box Chipset at CES 2018

Published: Jan 10,2018

Telechips Inc. today announced their first ever 14nm finFET, system-on-a-chip (SoC) for 4K Set Top Boxes (STBs) to meet the demand of broadcast, IPTV and Over-the-top (OTT) video for operators around the world.

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The latest STBs powered by the TCC899X SoC series decodes 4K video at 60 frames per second with a responsive 4K UI while handling other stringent requirements including: Dolby Vision, the advanced security capabilities of Nagravision, Cisco and Verimatrix, and other conditional access systems.

Utilizing an ARM processor with a quad core Cortex-A53, and leveraging the 14 nanometer (14 nm) process power consumption advantages, Telechips delivers state-of-the-art graphics performance and application processing speeds. This will allow customers to produce industrial designs that are smaller and cooler, and enable solutions to be directly powered from a 4K TV’s HDMI2.0 port and provide Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.

“Telechips has listened to market leading operators and selected 14nm over existing choices, including 28nm, to pack core technologies into a design that addresses the premium video needs of our target customers,” said BM Lee, VP of Telechips’ Consumer Electronics Division. “The product family unleashes creativity in STB form-factor design, enjoys low power consumption without compromise and reduces cost for video delivery.”

This chipset aims to leapfrog the competition in Wi-Fi driven IPTV or OTT and drive the complete solution for mass volume deployment.

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