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ViXS Systems is a global fabless semiconductor company based in Toronto, Canada that was founded in 2001. The company enables advanced video processing technologies for Consumer Electronic (CE) and Personal Computer (PC) platforms.
The company has developed video codecs with capabilities for processing, managing, protecting and distributing broadcast-quality video. ViXS hardware can be found in consumer electronics, TV tuner cards and is also provided to OEMs and ODMs. ViXS XCode video processors are deployed in a variety of designs such as IPTV/cable set-top boxes, digital TVs, PVRs, Blu-ray and HD DVD products. To date, ViXS has issued and filed over 100 patents.
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Consumer products that contain ViXS ICs feature PVR functionality, DVD authoring, home movie conversion and support for portable media devices. These products support digital and analog inputs, SD and HD streams and high-speed transcoding (file format conversion). ViXS embedded solutions offer a common engine for all integrated devices while supporting multiple streams, picture-in-picture (PIP), simultaneous watch-and-record and full content protection and conditional access. ViXS solutions enable efficient storage on hard drives and DVDs using a shrink-to-fit option.
ViXS is a global company with offices worldwide. The company’s head office is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sales offices are located in the U.S.A., Germany, Japan and Taiwan. Research and Development facilities are located in Canada, the U.S.A., China and Hong Kong.
- Canadian Achievers Article based on Hugh Chow
- ViXS press release on cdfreaks.com
- Map provided by ViXS
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