LAS VEGAS, Dec. 20, 2010 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Co., Ltd (Rockchip) a Chinese leading semiconductor company, is releasing a new mobile internet platform -- RK29xx series solution and terminal application products, covering tablet PC, internet TV and smart phone industries, and will support Google TV.
RK29xx will supply powerful support for Android 2.2, Google TV and further visions. Rockchip 55-nm RK29xx solution integrates powerful CPU with Rockchip's specialized 2D and 3D GPU processors to enable up to 1080p HD decoding of popular video formats on mobile Internet devices (MID), Smartphones and Internet TV devices. RK29xx is the world's first system-on-a-chip (SOC) to support decoding of the WebM VP8 video codec entirely in hardware. It also applies all digital TV standards including ATSC-T/MH.
Rockchip will demonstrate android series terminal products at CES. These high end android terminal products powered with RK29xx will be the first shown. All kinds of MID, Internet TV, Smartphone, E-book and PMP will be available for customers to experience and operate at Rockchip's booth.
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About Rockchip Electronics
Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Co., Ltd is a China leading fabless semiconductor company and mobile-internet SOC solution provider founded in year 2001 and headquartered in Fuzhou China. Rockchip focuses on mobile Internet Platform with products targeted on Mobile Internet terminals (smartphone/MID/Internet TV/e-Book) and portable multimedia entertainment terminals (MP3/PMP). Rockchip has combined its Video and Audio experience to produce semiconductor (IC) solutions for the world-famous OEM/ODM and Brand customers. The headquarters of Rockchip is situated in Fuzhou for core design and R&D. It has branches in Beijing, Shenzhen and Shanghai for subproject R&D and marketing service. www.rock-chips.com
The WebM project is dedicated to developing a high-quality, open video format for the web that is freely available to everyone. WebM is an open-source project funded by Google. To learn more, visit www.webmproject.org.
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