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Faraday Reveals Its Multi-protocol Video Interface IP on UMC 28HPC

Published: Dec 11,2018

HSINCHU, Taiwan - Faraday Technology today announced the availability of its multi-protocol video interface IP on UMC 28nm HPC. The solution supports both transmitter (TX) and receiver (RX) featuring a reduced silicon footprint ideal for state-of-the-art panel and sensor interfaces, projectors, MFP, DSC, surveillance, AR and VR, and AI applications.

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Faraday has been developing and providing video interface IP in UMC IP process nodes for more than a decade. The newly-launched 28nm multi-protocol video interface IP delivers an enhanced design architecture. Its transmitter (TX) design enables MIPI and CMOS-IO combo solutions for package cost reduction and flexibility in select applications; the receiver (RX) combo PHY includes MIPI, LVDS, subLVDS, HiSPi, and CMOS-I/O to support a diversified range of interfaces to CMOS image sensors.

“Faraday’s multi-protocol video interface IP solutions come with a highly compatible and cost-effective MIPI D-PHY and its solid subsystem verified at the IP, system, and production level to minimize the risk in integration. Our optimized video interface IP and value-added services have provided our customers with a low risk system development path at the lowest cost with rapid time-to-market on their applications of display, image capture, projectors, and HUD,” said Flash Lin, Chief Operating Officer of Faraday.

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