|2010-10-13||Will WHDI make it into mobile by 2012?
Wireless High-definition Interface will be in handsets by 2012, says Yoav Nissan-Cohen, chairman and CEO of Amimon, the company that developed the technology.
|2009-12-10||WHDI group completes 5GHz wireless video spec
The WHDI Consortium has finalized the specification for wireless video over a 5GHz variant of Wi-Fi based on technology from startup chip designer Amimon.
|2010-06-09||WHDI 2.0 spec to cover 3D, mobile app integration
The WHDI 2.0 specification will include support for full 3D and next-gen 4Kx2K HD format; as well as mobile app integration through reduced power consumption.
|2009-11-20||Partners work on WHDI reference design
Amimon and Maxim Integrated will offer a joint reference design based on Maxim's WHDI RF chipset that interfaces directly to the Amimon WHDI baseband chipset.
|2009-06-22||Amimon plans WHDI-Wi-Fi combo
CEO Nissan-Cohen believes Amimon can roll out silicon combining WHDI and Wi-Fi technologies before the end of 2010.
|2009-11-20||Amimon brings WHDI to notebook PCs
After losing a spot in the latest Sony model, Amimon makes a strategic change in product focus from living-room TV to PCs, and in its business model.
|2008-11-07||Amimon boasts WHDI tech in HDTV design win
Consumer electronics makers are differentiating TV tuner and media receiver units from HDTV displays, thus releasing the first round of a wireless home network struggle emphasizing on simple, two-way HD wireless connectivity between display and tuner.
|2010-08-17||Wireless HD shipments to reach 13 million by 2014
Wireless HD chip vendors may have slow progress in 2010, but the five-year forecast is a robust triple-digit growth rate of wireless HD video-enabled products through 2014, according to In-Stat. The unit shipments are expected to rise from the current levels of nearly 1 million to about 13 million by 2014.
|2007-10-01||Solve the wireless video delivery dilemma
WHDI technology has very low complexity in terms of silicon area, offering a very low-cost solution to delivering wireless uncompressed HDTV.
|2007-01-10||Pixelworks, AMIMON partner on HDTV reference designs
Pixelworks and AMIMON will provide joint reference designs that combine Pixelworks video and image processing hardware and software, and Amimon's WHDI wireless uncompressed HDTV solution on a single integrated platform.
|2007-09-28||HD interface chips connect CE systems wirelessly
Amimon offers a pair of Wireless High-Definition Interface chipsets that enable consumer electronic display and device manufacturers to develop home entertainment products that connect wirelessly.
|2009-05-06||Wireless chipset delivers 1080p HD content
AMIMON Inc. has announced the immediate availability of the second generation transmitter and receiver chips (AMN 2120/2220) designed for the Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) standard.
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