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To be the leader in advanced HD
Silicon Image is a leading provider of multimedia connectivity solutions and services for mobile, consumer electronics and PC markets. Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, the company develops market-leading technologies and industry standards that deliver connectivity across a wide array of devices in the home, office and on the go.Silicon Image led the creation of the highly successful HDMI®, DVI™ and MHL® standards, and is a driving force behind the WirelessHD® standard. In addition, Silicon Image offers manufacturers comprehensive standards interoperability and compliance testing services via its wholly-owned subsidiary, Simplay Labs.The company sells its semiconductor and intellectual property core products to a customer base that includes global brands in mobile, CE and PC markets. Silicon Image’s advanced connectivity solutions are deployed in mobile phones, tablets, DTVs, Blu-ray Disc™ players, audio-video receivers, digital cameras, as well as desktop and notebook PCs.
develops leading-edge connectivity technologies which we strive to
establish as industry standards for use in consumer electronics, mobile
and PC applications. We partner with the world’s leading consumer
electronics and mobile manufacturers to bring these technologies to
market via “standards plus” products that are both compliant with
industry standards and incorporate our latest technology
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) technology has become the de-facto worldwide standard for HD connectivity with over 1,300 adopters and an installed base of over 4 billion HDMI-enabled products. The HDMI Specification combines uncompressed high-definition video, multi-channel audio, and data in a single digital interface to provide crystal-clear digital quality over a single cable.
The HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) specification was developed by Hitachi, Ltd.; Panasonic Corporation; Philips Consumer Electronics International, B.V.; Silicon Image, Inc.; Sony Corporation; Technicolor S.A. (formerly Thomson S.A.) and Toshiba Corporation as the all-digital interface standard for the consumer electronics and personal computer markets.
HDMI Licensing, LLC is the agent appointed by the HDMI Forum to license Version 2.0 of the HDMI Specification and is the agent appointed by the HDMI Founders to license all earlier HDMI Specifications. In addition, HDMI Licensing, LLC provides marketing, promotional, licensing and administrative services, as well as education on the benefits of the HDMI Specification to adopters, retailers, and consumers.
MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) is the leading mobile HD standard technology for powered connectivity between mobile devices and HD displays with approximately 200 adopters and members supporting the MHL standard, including some of the largest mobile device and consumer electronics companies in the world. 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 over 1/2 billion MHL-enabled products worldwide.
The MHL Specification was developed by Nokia Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Silicon Image, Inc., Sony Corporation, and Toshiba Corporation as a standard for mobile wired video/audio connectivity to enable the development of standard-compliant mobile and display products across a broad connectivity ecosystem.