The GW3200 integrates GEO’s patented eWARP® core with an Apical Image Signal Processor (ISP), Tensilica® Xtensa CPU, parallel and MIPI interfaces, providing a completely integrated camera system solution. [more info]
The GW3210 integrates GEO’s patented eWARP® core with an Apical Image Signal Processor (ISP), Tensilica® Xtensa CPU, parallel and MIPI interfaces, providing a completely integrated camera system solution. [more info]
sxW2 is a highly integrated SOC (system-on-chip), with no industry precedent, targeted for high-volume 3-channel capture and projection light engine applications. sxW2 is the first video processor to include brightness non-uniformity compensation. This compensation allows separate gain and offset control for chrominance non-uniformity compensation (sxW2-300), as a standard chip feature. [more info]
The Realta is a highly integrated advanced SoC that enables a new benchmark for video excellence. The Realta utilizes a SIMD architecture consisting of thousands of simple processors to provide the flexibility and throughput required for best in class video processing. Video processing algorithms developed at Silicon Optix are implemented and supported on the Realta product. [more info]
The GC6500 is a highly integrated, low-power H.264 Codec that supports video encoding up to High Definition (1920 x 1080p60) resolution. The GC6500 features advanced video encoding and processing with HD H.264 encoder and processors such as High Dynamic Range (HDR) Image Signal Processor (ISP), Geometric processor (eWARP®), and Video preprocessors. The device also incorporates an Xtensa LX4 processor and a RISC processor along with a number of peripheral and serial device interfaces for I/O and system control integration. [more info]
The MAX64380 is a highly integrated, low-power SoC that supports encoding of video up to High Definition (HD 1080p) resolution. The device incorporates a HD H.264 encoder, JPEG codec, video preprocessors and a number of peripheral and serial device interfaces. Two real-time programmable RISC processors manage the data flow in the system by controlling the peripheral devices and internal blocks of the chip. [more info]
GEO Semiconductor Inc. purchased the MG1264 product family from Maxim Integrated early in 2013. This letter provides you, our valued customer, with notice effective immediately that MG1264 H.264 Codec product family is being discontinued. These products will be replaced by GEO Semiconductor successor products.
GEO Semiconductor Inc. hereby issues notification of change that may affect the marking of products MG3500A3-376B and MAX64180CXO+.
GEO Semiconductor Inc. hereby issues notification of change that may affect the packing of products MG3500A3-376B and MAX64180CXO+.
Interested in legacy parts from Silicon Optix or Genesis Microchip? We have inventory of the following IC devices: SXZX1LP, SXZX1, SXW1LX, SXW1-E, SXFC1A, FLI2310BD, GMFC1A, GM2242BCJ2, GM2242BCQ2, GMAFC.
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7/15/14 > GEO Makes EE Times Silicon 60: Hot Startups to Watch
It has been more than 18 months since EE Times last produced a version of the Silicon 60. The global economic, entrepreneurial, and electronics business climates have all improved in that time, and EE Times has brought 38 recently formed companies on to version 15.1 of its list of 60 firms that we feel are worth keeping an eye on.
6/11/14 > GEO Joins the AllSeen Alliance
The AllSeen Alliance, the broadest Internet of Everything open-source project, today announced strong momentum in its mission to drive connectivity among devices, systems, services and the people they serve with the addition of six new members - GEO Semiconductor, Local Motors, Octoblu, Razer, Red Bend Software and Symantec.
6/10/14 > Tech Tuesday: Rear-View Cameras of the Future
Believe it or not, imaging technology plays an important role in the cars and trucks we drive. No, this has nothing to do with the selfies you snap when you're stuck in rush-hour traffic. Instead it involves advanced vehicle hardware.
5/28/14 > Telematics Detroit 2014 Invitation
GEO Semiconductor is pleased to invite you to view a live demonstration of the capabilities of our eWARP™ platform for automotive head-up displays and camera systems at the Telematics Detroit 2014 show being held at the Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, Michigan, USA on June 4-5.
5/27/14 > Computex Taipei Exhibition 2014 Invitation
GEO Semiconductor is pleased to invite you to an exclusive demonstration of the capabilities of the eWARP™ platform and the state-of-the-art Video Compression solutions at the Computex Taipei Exhibition 2014 being held in Taipei, Taiwan, from June 3 - 6.
5/7/14 > GEO Semiconductor to Present at the B. Riley & Co. Investor Conference on May 20
GEO Semiconductor Inc., the industry leader in high performance, programmable geometric processing, compression and video processing solutions, today announced that Dr. Paul Russo, Chairman and CEO, will participate at the 15th Annual B. Riley & Co. Investor Conference to be held at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Santa Monica, CA.
4/1/14 > GEO and GainSpan Introduce the First Full HD Doorbell Camera Reference Design for Security Applications at ISC WEST
GEO Semiconductor Inc., a semiconductor and software company specializing in camera and video solutions and GainSpan® Corporation, a leader in low-power Wi-Fi SoCs, announced today the introduction of the Mobileyes 4 Low Power (ME4LP), a fully integrated, battery operated reference design for Full HD doorbell cameras for security applications.