Solomon Systech Showcases Innovative Display Solutions At China International Touchscreen Exhibition
(Hong Kong – 21 Nov, 2012) Solomon Systech Limited (“Solomon Systech”), a leading semiconductor company specializing in the design, development and sales of proprietary display ICs and system solutions, will be exhibiting at the 9th China (Shenzhen) International Touchscreen Exhibition (www.quanchu.com.cn) to be held at Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center, 25-27 November, 2012.
Date: 25-27 November 2012
Venue: Exhibition Hall 8, Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center
Solomon Systech’s Booth：Hall 8, 8A020
Solomon Systech will be showcasing at its booth (Exhibition Hall#8 No.8A020) its latest portfolio of advanced solutions targeting high-growth touchscreen applications like smartphones, tablets and other smart touch devices like LED lamp, etc.
These include “single chip” projected capacitive touch panel controllers SSD2543/2533 which support Full HD panels of up to 13.3” and up to 10 fingers multi-touch (+gesture) applications (SSD2543 also supports the recently debuted Windows 8 applications), and MIPI display interface controllers SSD2825/28, which convert 24bit RGB interface into 4-lane MIPI-DSI to drive extremely high resolution display modules of up to 800×1366 or 1200×1920. SSD2828 which can transmit up to 1 Gbps/lane, is the world’s lowest power consumption MIPI 4-lane transmitter. These are portfolio solutions tailored for super high resolution displays, and are highly cost-effective solutions with low power consumption.
To cater to diverse market needs for touch panels, in addition to double-layer, mutual capacitance, 10 finger-touch (+gesture) controllers for high-end full HD smartphones/tablets, Solomon Systech also offers other varieties: mutual capacitance 10 finger-touch (+gesture) controllers in single-layer or double-layer, and also self-capacitance, single-touch (+gesture), single layer controllers. The latter, SSD2528A, has already been launched into the market.
Customers and suppliers are encouraged to contact their Solomon Systech partners or email@example.com to arrange a meeting time during the Touchscreen Exhibition. Media interested in arranging a meeting time may contact Jessica Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Solomon Systech’s “single chip” projected capacitive touch panel controller (left) & MIPI display interface controller.