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Silicon Image Inc.
TypeSubsidiary of Lattice Semiconductor
NASDAQ: LSCC (as Lattice Semiconductor)
IndustrySemiconductors
Headquarters,
Key people
Jim Anderson (CEO)
ProductsSemiconductor and intellectual property products for mobile, consumer electronics, and PC markets
Websitewww.latticesemi.com/;

www.invecas.com/;www.analog.com/;

www.simplaylabs.com/

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Silicon Image is a provider of semiconductors for the mobile, consumer electronics and personal computers (PCs). It also manufactures wireless and wired connectivity products used for high-definition content. The company’s semiconductor and IP products are deployed by the electronics manufacturers in devices such as smartphones, tablets, monitors, digital televisions (DTVs), other consumer electronics, as well as desktop and notebook PCs. Silicon Image, in cooperation with other companies, has driven the creation of some global industry standards such as DVI, HDCP, HDMI, MHL, and WirelessHD.

Silicon Image was founded in 1995, and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, employs around 600 people worldwide and has regional engineering and sales offices in India, China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

Silicon Image was acquired by Lattice Semiconductor in 2015. HDMI team of Silicon Image was acquired by Invecas in 2017. The HDMI team of Invecas was acquired by Analog Devices in 2020.

As of January 2021, Simplay Labs is jointly owned by Lattice Semiconductor and Analog Devices. Legacy HDMI devices and IPs marketed prior to Invecas' acquisition in 2017 are still marketed, sold, and supported by Lattice Semiconductor.

History[edit]

  • Early 1995: founded by Dr. Deog-Kyoon Jeong, a Berkeley alumnus, IEEE Fellow, and Seoul National University professor, and Dr. David Lee and Brian Underwood, both Silicon Valley engineers.
  • October 1995: located at 1032 Elwell Ct, Suite 222, Palo Alto, expanded later by adding 1054 Elwell Ct building.
  • April 1999: Digital Display Working Group(DDWG) released Digital Visual Interface (DVI).
  • October 1999: Silicon Image raises $46.8 million in initial public offering[1]
  • February 2000: Digital Content Protection LLC released High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) 1.0.
  • March 2000: Silicon Image Inc. agreed to buy the closely held DVDO Inc. for $45 million in stock to add technology for digital televisions, DVD players and high-definition video.[2]
  • June 2001: acquired CMD Technology Inc., a provider of SCSI and Fibre Channel storage controllers for the UNIX, Open Systems and PC markets as well as a supplier of IDE/Ultra ATA semiconductors (including CMD064x chips) for the PC and embedded markets.
  • May 2002: Consumer Electronics Association releases EIA/CEA-861-B.
  • December 2002: HDMI 1.0 was released by HDMI Founders (Hitachi, Matsushita, Philips, Silicon Image, Sony, Thomson, and Toshiba)
  • May 2004: HDMI 1.1 was released.
  • November 2004: Silicon Image establishes a UK R&D office[3]
  • August 2005: HDMI 1.2 was released.
  • December 2005: HDMI 1.2a was released.
  • June 2006: HDMI 1.3 was released.
  • November 2006: HDI 1.3a was released.
  • January 2007: Silicon Image completes acquisition of Sci-worx GmbH[4]
  • June 2007: Silicon Image shipped its 1 millionth DTV input processor[citation needed]
  • July 2008: Silicon Image introduces InstaPort Technology (pdf)[5]
  • January 2009: Silicon Image wins Emmy Award for HDMI technology[6]
  • January 2009: Silicon Image unveils its LiquidHD technology
  • June 2009: HDMI 1.4 was released.
  • July 2009: 3D product portfolio announced[citation needed]
  • January 2010: Silicon Image ships more than 20 million InstaPort-enabled port processors[citation needed]
  • March 2010: HDMI 1.4a was released.
  • April 2010: The Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) Consortium is formed with Nokia, Samsung, Silicon Image, Sony and Toshiba as promoters[citation needed]
  • April 2010: HDMI specification version 1.4 released[7]
  • September 2010: The number of firms adopting the HDMI standard surpasses 1,000 (as of January 9th, 2021, the number of HDMI adopters is 1983)[8]
  • October 2010: Silicon Image unveils first MHL-enabled products[9]
  • December 2010: Silicon Image introduces ViaPort technology[10]
  • February 2011: Silicon Image completes acquisition of Anchor Bay Technologies[11]
  • May 2011: Silicon Image completes acquisition of SiBEAM, Inc.[12]
  • May 2011: Silicon Image unveils third-generation WirelessHD 60 GHz chipsets[13]
  • September 2011: Silicon Image introduces InstaPrevue™ technology[14]
  • October 2011: HDMI 1.4b was released.
  • October 2011: HDMI Forum was launched.
  • February 2012: Silicon Image establishes new R&D centre in Hyderabad, India[15]
  • May 2012: Silicon Image unveils next-generation MHL products[16]
  • October 2012: Silicon Image announces new video processors for next-generation home theater applications[17]
  • December 2012: Silicon Image announces the 60 GHz WirelessHD® Mobile Transmitter for Smartphones and Tablets[18]
  • March 2013: Silicon Image announces the expansion of its Shanghai research and development (R&D) center with nearly 150 people in engineering, sales and support roles[19]
  • August 2013: MHL Consortium announces new specification with major advancements for mobile and consumer electronics connectivity[20]
  • September 2013: Silicon Image announces first 4K UltraHD MHL 3.0 receiver IC with HDCP 2.2 in support of secure premium content[21]
  • September 2013: HDMI Forum releases version 2.0 of the HDMI specification[22]
  • December 2013: Silicon Image introduces industry's first MHL 3.0 4K Ultra HD solution for mobile devices[23]
  • January 2014: Silicon Image announces world's first full-bandwidth dual-mode HDMI 2.0 / MHL 3.0 IC with HDCP 2.2[24]
  • February 2014: Silicon Image enters Small Cell wireless backhaul market with industry's first single-chip beam steering 60 GHz RF transceivers[25]
  • December 2014: Silicon Image announces that Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. has made a $7 million strategic investment in Silicon Image’s new subsidiary, Qterics, for a 7 percent ownership interest.[26]
  • January 2015: Silicon Image announces that its wholly owned subsidiary, SiBEAM, Inc., is being re-launched to drive forward with Silicon Image's current and future wireless initiatives, focusing on millimeter-wave technologies, products and solutions for wireless communications.[27]
  • March 2015: Silicon Image is acquired by Lattice Semiconductor for $600 million.[28]
  • July 2017: HDMI team of Silicon Image is acquired by Invecas.[29]
  • November 2017: HDMI Forum releases version 2.1 of the HDMI specification.[30]
  • July 2020: HDMI team of Invecas is acquired by Analog Devices.[31]

Products[edit]

The company sells semiconductor hardware and intellectual property (IP) products. Silicon Image's products are deployed by electronics manufacturers in consumer devices like PCs, mobile phones, set-top boxes, game consoles, Audio-Video Receivers, media players, tablets, and digital cameras.[citation needed]

The company is involved in industry standards such as DFP, P&D, HDCP, HDMI, DVI, SPMT, MHL, and the standard for 60 GHz wireless HD video - WirelessHD (WiHD).[citation needed]

See also[edit]

  • Digital Visual Interface (DVI)
  • High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
  • Mobile High-definition Link (MHL)
  • Transition Minimized Differential Signaling (TMDS)

References[edit]

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  9. ^'Silicon Image unveils first products supporting MHL standard SiI9244 MHL transmitter for power-sensitive mobile devices; the SiI9381A HDTV port processor for both HDMI and MHL connectivity; and the SiI9292 MHL-to-HDMI low-power bridge'. eetimes.com. Retrieved 9 January 2021.
  10. ^Jason, Knott (January 17, 2011). 'ViaPort Eliminating HDMI 'Handshake' Problems'. CEPro. Retrieved May 14, 2012.
  11. ^Udgirkar, Trushna (February 17, 2012). 'US-based Silicon Image opens R&D unit in Hyderabad'. MydigitalFC. Retrieved May 14, 2012.
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  26. ^'Silicon Image Launches New Subsidiary to Focus on Internet of Everything Services, Qualcomm Participates with Strategic Investment - Business Wire'. businesswire.com. 4 December 2014. Retrieved 29 October 2016.
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  29. ^'INVECAS acquires Lattice's HDMI design team, Simplay Labs'. business-standard.com. Retrieved 9 January 2021.
  30. ^'HDMI FORUM RELEASES VERSION 2.1 OF THE HDMI SPECIFICATION'. hdmiforum.org. Retrieved 9 January 2021.
  31. ^'Analog Devices buys Invecas HDMI business'. eenewsanalog.com. Retrieved 9 January 2021.

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