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4K Ultra HD connection for smartphones and tablets
Mark Peters : December 19th 2013 - 13:15 CET
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Silicon Image4K Ultra High-Definition solution for tablets and smartphones : Silicon Image, a leading provider of HD connectivity solutions, announced the industry’s first 4K Ultra HD MHL 3.0 solution comprising mobile transmitter, bridge, and multimedia switch integrated circuits. MHL is the leading HD and 4K Ultra HD connectivity standard for connecting a mobile device to large screen displays, while simultaneously charging the device. Silicon Image’s solution is the first to provide an end-to-end MHL 3.0 solution that enables mobile device manufacturers to deliver pristine 4K Ultra HD video resolution to displays while simultaneously transferring USB data over the same micro-USB connector.

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4K Ultra HD MHL 3.0 solution
With double the bandwidth compared to MHL 2.0, MHL 3.0 delivers 4K Ultra HD resolution and a wider color gamut to create a more brilliant visual experience, while protected by the latest HDCP 2.2 standard. A bi-directional channel enables concurrent 4K video and high-speed peripheral support of mass storage and input devices such as a touch screen, keyboard and mouse. The MHL technology standard was developed by promoters Nokia, Samsung, Silicon Image, Sony, and Toshiba. The MHL Consortium now has approximately 200 adopters and members supporting the MHL standard, including some of the largest mobile device and consumer electronics companies in the world.

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MHL-enabled products include smartphones, tablets, DTVs, monitors, projectors, A/V receivers, Blu-ray Disc players, cables, TV accessories, adapters, automotive accessories and more. Since the retail introduction of the first MHL-enabled devices in 2011, the MHL ecosystem has grown to an installed base of more than 400 million products and greater than 300 unique products in the marketplace today. Silicon Image will be showcasing its 4K HD connectivity solutions by invitation only in the Meeting Place #MP25975, South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center during the 2014 International CES from Tuesday, January 7, 2014-Friday, January 10, 2014.
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