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ATI Technologies announced the sampling production of the IMAGEON 2260, a multimedia processor that brings high quality video and imaging capabilities to mobile phones.

IMAGEON 2260 enables the convergence between communication handsets and digital still cameras and video player/recorders. IMAGEON 2260 is a highly integrated multimedia co-processor that offers handset manufacturers an opportunity for significant power, space and material cost reductions.

The IMAGEON 2260 offers fully self-contained graphics, video and imaging capabilities to complement communication base-band solutions. It enables high-quality video playback, video recording, two-way video conferencing and 1MP digital camera.

IMAGEON 2260 is fully compliant with industry-led 3GPP standards (3rd Generation Partnership Project) and offers the following features:

  • Support for high-quality MMS (Multimedia Messaging Services);
  • Still picture capture and processing (JPEG encode and decode) with support for high-resolution (megapixel) camera modules;
  • Video recording, playback or streaming up to 352x288, 30fps, plus simultaneous encode and decode for video conferencing;
  • Advanced 2D graphics acceleration;
  • Integrated frame buffer and LCD controller for space, cost and power saving.

ATI's IMAGEON 2260 media co-processor is currently sampling. Mass production shipments will start in the second quarter of the year.

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