AMD unveiled a new family of AMD Xilleon panel processors designed to provide high visual quality in liquid crystal display (LCD) digital TVs.
The new AMD Xilleon 410, 411, 420 and 421 panel processor family is designed to provide high picture quality up to full HD resolution, with design flexibility to enable TV brand differentiation. This technology has been chosen by Samsung for their patented 120Hz Motion Compensated Frame Interpolation (McFi) solution.
AMD Xilleon panel processors offer motion compensation and frame rate conversion based on AMD's phase-plane correlation technology, supporting high-quality visual processing for 100Hz/120Hz LCD TVs up to full HD resolution. The key is the processor?s ability to identify incoming 24Hz/60Hz film and video signals and convert them to 120Hz by determining motion between picture frames and intelligently creating additional content frames to represent that 'in-between' motion with high clarity.
Mitsubishi MZW series 120Hz LCD TVs, which are based on Samsung's McFi solution and the AMD Xilleon panel processor, are available in three panel sizes in Japan. Other leading TV manufacturers are expected to adopt AMD Xilleon panel processors in early 2008.