28 Nov 2012
Zenverge joins Global Semiconductor Alliance
Networking IC developer, Zenverge, has joined the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA).
The company develops ICs that are said to bridge broadcast content to IP-enabled devices, with its TransAll technology enabling any content to be distributed and adapted into the capabilities of target devices.
Ths ICs have achieved quad-stream HD transcoding and are used by pay-TV service providers and manufacturers of gateways, media streamers, TVs, Blu-ray players, media NAS devices, and other sources of content.
"Becoming a member of the GSA was an easy decision. The contribution the organization provides to the semiconductor industry is invaluable," said Amir Mobini, CEO, president and co-founder of Zenverge. "We are honored to be recognized by the organization for our technology accomplishments and the innovation we bring to the content networking IC space."
"We are very pleased to have a technology innovator like Zenverge join the GSA," added Jodi Shelton, co-founder and president of GSA. "Zenverge is working within a very exciting and groundbreaking area of ICs."
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