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8 Megapixel image sensors from Aptina

Mark Peters : 2012-12-22 11:00:00
Aptina intros 8 Megapixel image sensors : The Aptina AR0835 image sensor meets the accelerating demand within the smartphone market, and the Aptina AR0835HS image sensor takes on the challenging sports camera markets for very fast, high performing digital cameras with still and video capabilities. The new high-speed Aptina image sensors enable the full-width 16:9 HD video window to be readout at 60fps without pixel binning or cropping the field-of-view. This 6 megapixel data stream oversamples the target image by 3x resulting in video as sharp as that of the high-end multi-sensor video cameras used in television studios. In addition, camera manufacturers can take advantage of this speed to enable the capture of 6 megapixel images without interrupting the video stream and with zero shutter lag.


Samsung Exynos 5 Dual

Mark Peters : 2012-12-06 18:00:00
Samsung Exynos 5 Dual Core mobile application processor : The Samsung Exynos 5 Dual is the world’s first A-15 Dual Core mobile CPU, presented by Samsung Semiconductor. Using 32nm HKMG (High-K Metal Gate) process technology, the 1.7GHz dual core Exynos 5 processor brings unmatched performance to leading-edge smartphones and tablets while maintaining low power consumption. Samsung Exynos 5 Dual processor uses 32nm High-K Metal Gate and is designed to meet your graphic-intensive, multi-task and power efficient requirements. It performs nearly two times faster than the existing Cortex A9-based dual core processor, with an amazing 30% lower power consumption than our previous Exynos process developed on a 45nm process.


18 Megapixel BSI sensor

Ralf Jurrien : 2012-10-28 18:50:00
18 Megapixel BSI sensor from Aptina : Aptina announced the AR1820HS 18 megapixel digital camera sensor. The new sensor targets high-end compact digital cameras as well as high-end consumer DV applications. The AR1820HS delivers stunning 18 megapixel high resolution images with a new high-performance 1.25-micron backside illuminated (BSI) pixel, fitting in the 1/2.3-inch mainstream DSC optical format. The AR1820HS utilizes Aptina A-PixHSTM technology, which brings Aptina’s BSI sensor pixel technology together with advanced high-speed sensor architecture to enable a new class of high performance cameras. A-PixHS technology provides high quantum efficiency, low noise, and low power consumption.


Driver for better mobile photography

Ralf Jurrien : 2012-07-20 08:20:00
New driver for better mobile photography : poLight, the world leader in high-speed and ultra-low power autofocus actuated lenses, together with Semtech Corporation, announced the availability of the first driver for better mobile photography, dedicated to the TLens platform. This ultra-small 8-pins driver for better mobile photography will perfectly integrate into small camera module designs to drive the TLens to its best performance. poLight has developed three different actuated autofocus devices based on a patented technology using its optical MEMS and polymer. This technology is to be integrated in camera modules based on 1/5” to 1/2.5” sensor format, reaching 5MP to 12MP and higher resolutions for better mobile photography.


CMOS image sensors

Ralf Jurrien : 2012-07-09 15:38:00
Sony CMOS image sensors : Sony Corporation announced that it plans to invest in Sony Semiconductor Corporation's Nagasaki Technology Center from the first half of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2013 through the first half of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2014, to increase the production capacity for stacked CMOS image sensors. This investment is intended to provide for new wafer processing equipment for stacked Sony CMOS image sensors, and to increase and transform wafer lines capable of manufacturing Sony CMOS image sensors. With this development, Sony plans to increase total production capacity for CCD and CMOS image sensors to approximately 60,000 wafers per month by the end of September 2013.


Galaxy S3 powered by Exynos 4 Quad processor

Mark Peters : 2012-05-08 20:38:00
Samsung Galaxy S3 powered by Exynos 4 Quad processor : Samsung Electronics introduced the industry’s first quad-core application processor built on the High-k Metal Gate (HKMG) low-power process technology. With unprecedented performance capabilities exceeding 1.4GHz based on the ARM CORTEX A9 quad-core, the powerful, yet energy-efficient Exynos 4 Quad, allows system-level architects to integrate maximized power efficiencies into smartphones and tablets which enables double the processing power at a 20 percent lower power bill over its predecessor, the 45nm process-based Exynos 4 Dual. The Exynos 4 Quad processor is scheduled to be adopted first into the Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone.






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