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Understanding the demand for ever higher contrast values and image quality, Epson has developed the C2Fine technology, replacing the mechanically treated organic alignment layer with an inorganic alignment layer based on semiconductor-like processes. Unlike mechanical processes, these semiconductor-processes can be more tightly controlled for less variation and thus result in a more smooth structure of the alignment layer resulting in extremely smooth images without image artifacts like stripes or colorations.

The infrastructure to support digital photography is already built into Mobile Phones. Recently New York City announced that they would accept digital images for 911 calls and 311 calls for city services. Consumers will demand that their phones and cameras share pictures.

About the Author Al Hawtin is VP Marketing and Business Development at Elliptic Semiconductor. Elliptic develops and licenses security designs for semiconductor intellectual property and middleware for rights management, storage and network applications.

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Understanding the demand for ever higher contrast values and image quality, Epson has developed the C2Fine technology, replacing the mechanically treated organic alignment layer with an inorganic alignment layer based on semiconductor-like processes. Unlike mechanical processes, these semiconductor-processes can be more tightly controlled for less variation and thus result in a more smooth structure of the alignment layer resulting in extremely smooth images without image artifacts like stripes or colorations.

The infrastructure to support digital photography is already built into Mobile Phones. Recently New York City announced that they would accept digital images for 911 calls and 311 calls for city services. Consumers will demand that their phones and cameras share pictures.

About the Author Al Hawtin is VP Marketing and Business Development at Elliptic Semiconductor. Elliptic develops and licenses security designs for semiconductor intellectual property and middleware for rights management, storage and network applications.

One observation is that DRM system designers often optimize for a specific application. This is certainly the case for HDMI where a proprietary cipher design was developed by the Digital Content Protection, LLC with the goal of implementing a streaming cipher capable of achieving up to 5 Gbps of throughput.

After 25 years of DSPs, the ‘Digital self’ emerges–Part 1. Commemorating the 25th anniversary of its first DSP, TI looks at the emerging 'digital self.”

This approach has historically had difficulty predicting the peak system and network performance. Designing a new system, based on the average calculations plus some design margin, has proven to be a trial and error approach. Ultimately, one or two prototype cycles are required to determine if the design margin was just enough, too much, or worst case not enough.

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The infrastructure to support digital photography is already built into Mobile Phones. Recently New York City announced that they would accept digital images for 911 calls and 311 calls for city services. Consumers will demand that their phones and cameras share pictures.

About the Author Al Hawtin is VP Marketing and Business Development at Elliptic Semiconductor. Elliptic develops and licenses security designs for semiconductor intellectual property and middleware for rights management, storage and network applications.

One observation is that DRM system designers often optimize for a specific application. This is certainly the case for HDMI where a proprietary cipher design was developed by the Digital Content Protection, LLC with the goal of implementing a streaming cipher capable of achieving up to 5 Gbps of throughput.

After 25 years of DSPs, the ‘Digital self’ emerges–Part 1. Commemorating the 25th anniversary of its first DSP, TI looks at the emerging 'digital self.”

About the Author Al Hawtin is VP Marketing and Business Development at Elliptic Semiconductor. Elliptic develops and licenses security designs for semiconductor intellectual property and middleware for rights management, storage and network applications.

One observation is that DRM system designers often optimize for a specific application. This is certainly the case for HDMI where a proprietary cipher design was developed by the Digital Content Protection, LLC with the goal of implementing a streaming cipher capable of achieving up to 5 Gbps of throughput.

After 25 years of DSPs, the ‘Digital self’ emerges–Part 1. Commemorating the 25th anniversary of its first DSP, TI looks at the emerging 'digital self.”

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One observation is that DRM system designers often optimize for a specific application. This is certainly the case for HDMI where a proprietary cipher design was developed by the Digital Content Protection, LLC with the goal of implementing a streaming cipher capable of achieving up to 5 Gbps of throughput.

After 25 years of DSPs, the ‘Digital self’ emerges–Part 1. Commemorating the 25th anniversary of its first DSP, TI looks at the emerging 'digital self.”

After 25 years of DSPs, the ‘Digital self’ emerges–Part 1. Commemorating the 25th anniversary of its first DSP, TI looks at the emerging 'digital self.”

This approach has historically had difficulty predicting the peak system and network performance. Designing a new system, based on the average calculations plus some design margin, has proven to be a trial and error approach. Ultimately, one or two prototype cycles are required to determine if the design margin was just enough, too much, or worst case not enough.

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