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Telechips Certified for Dolby Vision HDR

Telechips, multimedia fabless semiconductor company, announced that it has been certified for Dolby Vision™ HDR (High Dynamic Range), based on Alligator (Code name: SMP898x), latest UHD STB SoC (System On a Chip) launched by Telechips.

Dolby Vision delivers a dramatic visual experience, astonishing brightness, incomparable contrast, and captivating color which bring entertainment to life via OTT online streaming, broadcast, and gaming applications. Dolby Vision achieves this stunning image quality by leveraging breakthrough high dynamic range (HDR) and wide color-gamut imaging technologies, both on the screen and in specially mastered content. Thus, Dolby Vision enabled devices deliver images with much greater brightness, and provide much deeper, more nuanced and detailed darks, while rendering a fuller palette of rich new colors never before seen on the screen.

With this, Telechips supports all existing major HDR formats including Dolby Vision, HDR 10, and HLG, which allows operators a variety of HDR implementation options when adopting this chipset.

“As the global demand for UHD content rapidly increases, the need for a chipset that supports all standardized HDR formats is more important as ever,” said BM Lee, CE business unit leader at Telechips. “With the recent certification of Dolby Vision HDR in our latest UHD SoC, Telechips has strengthened our position to expand global the UHD business and ensure we are keeping up with the latest trends in the industry.”

“We are proud to work with Telechips to bring our customers stunning next-generation viewing experiences,” said Sang Ho Lee, Country Manager, Dolby Korea. at Dolby Laboratories. “The latest UHD SoC from Telechips is an excellent platform for Dolby Vision and will give operators the means to enable premium HDR experience to their customers. Ultimately, end users can enjoy TV shows and movies with stunning contrast, brightness and color that simply were not achievable in traditional displays.”

About Telechips

Telechips Inc. (KOSDAQ: 054450) is a leader in fabless company fields introducing market leading products. The company designs and builds semiconductor technologies that serve as the foundation for the world's leading application processor and communication ICs for Automotive Infotainment and STB. Telechips is headquartered in South Korea and has regional offices in China, Japan, USA, and Singapore.

Telechips Automotive Infotainment products have high-security level and power efficiency so that it improves stability of the system. Specifically, Telechips not only supplies chipsets, development environment, and reference H/W guide but also provides core technology necessary for developing set as a Turn-Key.

Telechips’ secure and powerful AP for Android/Linux/HTML5 based STB&OTT enabling small footprint and low power consumption, benefits users with new experiences and rich multimedia service scenario.

Telechips and Telechips logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Telechips Inc. and its subsidiaries in the Korea and other countries. All other trademarks mentioned herein are believed to be trademarks of their respective owners.

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