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Tuesday, December 16, 2003
Sunplus ships MPEG-4 back-end image processor


Sunplus Technology has started shipping a new back-end image processor supporting the JPEG and MPEG-4 formats since October, with current shipments estimated at 100,000-200,000 units per month, according to the company.

According to DigiTimes, the new SPCA536 chip has been adopted by Taiwan-based camera manufacturers Aiptek International and Mustek Systems for their 4-megapixel, CCD digital video (DV) camcorders.

Sunplus declined to reveal the chip prices, but said its prices should be about 20-30% cheaper than quotes offered by some of its international competitors. According to sources, back-end image processors are in general priced at US$17-20.


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