"Our customers require us to introduce DVD+RW recorders as soon as possible," said Mr. Kyu-Hwan Chang, managing director, A/V Group of Daewoo Electronics. "The Philips Nexperia DVD+R/+RW reference design offered us the functionality, as well as the flexibility to meet our customers' specifications on performance and timing."
"We believe that DVD+RW is already, today, the de-facto standard; therefore, we introduced our DVD+RW recorder to the market," emphasized Miss. Venus Ko, strategic business officer of Mico Electric. "Partners such as Philips, who also support DVD+RW, enable us to provide the consumer with the latest available DVD+RW technology at a competitive price point."
"Building on our strong position in the DVD-video market, we see DVD+RW as the logical extension in the DVD-recorder space," said Mr. T.J. Yoon, president of Tae Young Telstar. "The solid partnership with Philips allows us to bring the DVD-recorder to the marketplace in record time."
The reference design is based upon the Nexperia system solution, and includes the pnx7100 MPEG2 Audio Video Graphics CODEC and Philips' VAE8020 DVD+R/+RW video recorder engine. Philips' solution is industry-proven and complies with the DVD+R/+RW standard.