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Texas Instruments to Unveil New Products at CES 2006TI's booth at CES 2006 (December 28, 2005)
Texas Instruments Incorporated will showcase a host of the latest products and solutions that offer consumers an enhanced communications and entertainment experience at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 5-8, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth #8602. TI provides flexible technology and systems expertise that allow consumer electronics manufacturers to differentiate their end equipments and get them to market faster. Such products, ranging from digital cameras and portable audio players to DLP(R) TVs and cell phones, will be featured at TI's booth at CES 2006 as well as in off-floor suites at the Las Vegas Hilton. (See http://www.ti.com/ces06alert ) .
* BRINGING VIDEO TO LIFE! - DLP(R) Products -- DLP will be showcasing entirely new technology innovations, and cutting-edge HDTVs and projectors from customers representing the top CE brands. DLP displays technology is known for enabling incredibly lifelike images, with rich colors and industry-leading contrast ratios. - Digital Camera Solutions -- TI technology provides manufacturers advanced features on cameras, such as the ability to print pictures from video taken with the camera, to edit photos directly on the camera, remove red-eye and automatically adjust to various lighting conditions. Additionally, cameras based on TI technology reproduce what the naked eye sees. These technologies will be on display in cameras from Kodak, HP, Sony and more. - Streaming Media -- The digitally connected home is now a reality, delivering streaming contents anywhere, anytime, to any device. Offering a robust and flexible platform in terms of performance and programmability for IP set top boxes, TI and its partners will display this technology and discuss how they enhance the video viewing experience. - DaVinci(TM) Technology -- The possibilities of DaVinci technology will be featured in a variety of demonstrations, which showcase how simple digital video product development is with these optimized video system solutions. For consumers, these advancements will result in new generations of digital video products that go far beyond today's capabilities.
* REALISTIC SOUND! - Class-D Digital Audio Amplification -- Real-life sound quality in home theater receivers and digital TVs with a price and form factor that appeals to the mass consumer -- you are listening to TI's latest digital amplifier technology. - Multi-Channel Audio -- TI will showcase the latest DSP-based home and car surround sound systems. Receiver manufacturers can build feature-rich multi-channel or high speed encoding products, thanks to TI's Aureus(TM) platform of Audio DSPs. - Digital Radio & Infotainment -- With the automotive infotainment market experiencing tremendous growth, TI is providing the technology to help make digital media more accessible and easier to support in the car. HD Radio(TM) technology is just one way car radio manufacturers are incorporating more compelling features in their products. - Portable Audio & Infotainment -- The newest portable audio and multimedia players will be on hand, demonstrating leading-edge capabilities that help manufacturers meet the demands of the changing market. - Portable Audio High Performance Analog -- TI will showcase cellular handsets and other portable electronics that integrate MP3 playback capability with 3D sound and other audio-rich functions and meet consumer demand for high audio quality, small form-factor and long battery life.
* POWER WIRELESS, BROADBAND & CONNECTIVITY ... GET REAL! - IP Videophone -- TI technology powers the latest advances in IP videophones. Along with its partners, TI will demonstrate the latest devices for IP video applications. - Interface Business Unit -- TI will showcase a variety of end equipments that are enabled by its high performance interface technologies such as PCI Express, 1394/FireWire(R) and USB. - Mobile Connectivity -- TI's Mobile Connectivity Solutions group will discuss the next phase of mobile digital entertainment. TI experts will be on hand to discuss the opportunity, technology, standards and what consumers can expect in the coming year as mobile TV services begin rolling out in late 2006. - Cellular Chipsets -- TI's wireless pavilion at CES will showcase the coolest mobile phones and wireless networking running on TI's OMAP(TM) processors, TCS cellular chipsets and Wi-Fi technology. Experience the latest in mobile entertainment driving 2.5G and 3G cell phones, as well as how you can increase your productivity and unwire your home, office and entertainment with Wi-Fi. TI also has seven experts scheduled to speak at CES covering the following topics:
* "Game Power on the Inside: Chips, Optical Technology and Microprocessors" on Wednesday, January 4, at 12:30 p.m. in the North Hall. See Bryce Johnstone, worldwide manager, OMAP Developer Network, Texas Instruments.
* "The Return of Radio" on Thursday, January 5, at 10:30 a.m. in the North Hall. See John Gardner, marketing manager, Digital Radio and Infotainment, Texas Instruments.
* "Television 2.0" through EE Times' Great Minds, Great Ideas program on Thursday, January 5, at 10:30 a.m. in the Venetian Hotel. See Peter Percosan, director of Broadband Strategy, Texas Instruments.
* "Embracing the Connected Consumer -- Entertainment, Content and Technology -- From the Digital Home to the Mobile and Wi-Fi Universe" on Thursday, January 5, at 12:00 p.m. in the North Hall. See Steven Schnier, consumer electronics market segment manager, Wireless Networking Business Unit, Texas Instruments.
* "Personalized Consumer Media: From ITV and Broadband Advertising and Content to Blogs and Podcasting" through Digital Hollywood on Saturday, January 7, at 12:00 p.m. in North Hall. See Tom Flanagan, director, Technical Strategy, DSP Systems, Texas Instruments.
* "Behind the Digital Home & Mobile Consumer: Chips, Microprocessors & Optical Technology Define the Future of Entertainment -- from DVDs, MP3s, HD & Set-Tops to Games, PDAs and PCs" through Digital Hollywood on Saturday, January 7, at 3 p.m. in the North Hall. See Chris Schairbaum, worldwide business manager, Portable Audio & Infotainment, Texas Instruments.
* "Integrating UWB in Consumer Devices" at the IEEE's Consumer Communications and Networking Conference on Monday, January 9, at 4:20 p.m. at Harrah's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. See Yoram Solomon, director of Strategic Marketing, Industry and Standards, Mobile Connectivity Solutions, Texas Instruments. Texas Instruments Incorporated provides innovative DSP and analog technologies to meet our customers' real world signal processing requirements. In addition to Semiconductor, the company's businesses include Sensors & Controls, and Educational & Productivity Solutions. TI is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and has manufacturing, design or sales operations in more than 25 countries.
Texas Instruments is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TXN. More information is located on the World Wide Web at http://www.ti.com
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