Korean and Brazilian deals extend Mirics reach - Embedded.com

Korean and Brazilian deals extend Mirics reach

LONDON — Mirics Semiconductor has signed deals with PC TV accessory providers Quincy Digital of Korea and Skycast of Brazil and added ISDB-T OneSeg support to its FlexiTV multi-standard PC TV receiver.

OneSeg is an addition to the DVB-T, DAB, T-DMB and FM standards already supported, and Mirics (Fleet, England) says its adoption in Japan and Brazil makes it a natural means of content delivery for the booming netbook sector.

Selection by Quincy Digital and Skycast extends the global reach of Mirics FlexiTV, and furthers its penetration into both OEM and retail channels. Consumers in Japan, Brazil and other ISDB-T territories will now be able to use TV on-the-move on netbook computers and ultra-thin consumer notebooks. The software upgradeable device capable of receiving TV in other geographies.

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