Jan. 4 /PRNewswire/ — For the first time, Texas Instruments
will demonstrate all of its audio technologies,
together with its broadband, connectivity and wireless networking solutions
for home entertainment at the 2002 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which will
be held January 8-11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. TI also will
demonstrate its DLP technology that enables a wide range of commercial and
consumer entertainment products. (See www.ti.com/sc/ces2002nr )
TI, which is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its first digital signal
processor (DSP), will showcase its comprehensive digital entertainment
solutions spanning consumer electronics markets such as home theater, portable
audio, digital radio, telematics and wireless networking. TI’s
industry-leading DSP and analog solutions offer the performance headroom for
customer innovations; flexible, open platforms for differentiated consumer
products; compact form factors for cool product designs; and easy-to-use
software and tools for faster time to market.
- In Booth #13737, TI will feature a digital living room that
illustrates the future of home entertainment. These solutions offer
performance, breadth of product offering, code compatibility and
TI’s expertise in analog and digital signal processing. See
- Portable Internet audio players
- IBOC and Eureka digital audio broadcasting
- Home theater/surround sound and digital audio amplifier
- Broadband solutions including, cable, DSL modems and
802.11 wireless LANs
- Long distance 1394b data transmissions
- In Booth #2015, see TI’s DLP product demonstrations showing the
broad range of entertainment projectors and displays enabled by TI’s
DLP technology. From the de facto standard in digital cinema — DLP
Cinema technology — to the smallest, lightest portable projectors,
DLP technology is unique in the breadth of entertainment display
solutions it enables. Of particular interest will be demonstrations
of TI’s newly announced large screen, tabletop TVs from a number of
- Other TI Activities at CES: TI’s telematics group will be in the
IDB-1394 pavilion, offering the only automotive solution for audio
and video streaming across a UTP-5 bus.
TI has five experts scheduled to speak at CES covering a wide range of
- “Is There a Winner in the Digital Revolution? An Entertainment and
Technology Industry Roundtable” on Tuesday, 1/8/02 at 3:00 p.m. at
North Hall LVCC Room N261. See Chris Schairbaum, worldwide
marketing manager of TI’s Internet audio group.
- “The PC Connected Home — Extending to Portables, ITV, and other
Appliances” on Wednesday, 1/9/02 at 3:00 p.m. at North Hall LVCC
Room N259. See Tom Flanagan, director of strategy for TI’s
broadband communications group.
- “Streaming Toward Us Fast: The MPEG – 4 Update” on Wednesday, 1/9/02
at 3:00 p.m. at North Hall LVCC Room N254. See John Daniels,
program manager of TI’s Internet media appliances group.
- “The Bluetooth Revolution: How Soon? How Revolutionary?” on
Wednesday, 1/9/02 at 1:30 p.m. at South Hall LVCC Room S202-S203.
See Bryce Johnstone, marketing manager of TI’s short distance
- “The Resolution Revolution: What Consumers are Looking for in
Display Technology” on Thursday 1/10/02 at 10:30 a.m. at North Hall
LVCC Room N257. See TI speaker Peter van Kessel, manager of TI’s
DLP component design.
Additionally, see TI’s TMS320C6000 DSP-based Imaging Developers Kit
running RealNetworks’ RealVideo codecs in the RealNetworks booth #14824 at
Texas Instruments Incorporated is the world leader in digital signal
processing and analog technologies, the semiconductor engines of the Internet
age. The company’s businesses also include materials and controls, and
educational and productivity solutions. TI is headquartered in Dallas, Texas
and has manufacturing 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 web site at www.ti.com .
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