List of Chipset Vendors

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This page lists links to pages about Chipset Vendors and the products they sell. This includes, but is not limited to:


Active Chipset Vendors

These vendors are still producing TV-related chipsets under their original (or slightly modified) brand names.

Sortable Table of Active Chipset Vendors
Vendor Headquarters Products Tuners
Alps Japan Yes
ATI/AMD U.S.A./Canada
Atmel U.S.A.
Auvitek International Ltd. China/U.S.A.
B2C2 Inc. U.S.A.
Broadcom U.S.A.
Cirrus Logic U.S.A.
Conexant U.S.A.
Cypress U.S.A.
DiBcom France produces DVB-T and DVB-H Demodulator chipsets for mobile usage
Digimove
Grundig Germany
Infineon Germany tuner ICs Yes
Intel U.S.A.
ITE Tech. Inc. Taiwan Demodulators
LG Innotek Korea Yes
LSI Logic Corporation U.S.A.
Maxlinear U.S.A. tuner ICs (MXL5003S,MXL5005S) Yes
Microtune U.S.A. Yes
NEC Japan
NXP Semiconductors Netherlands Yes
Panasonic Japan
Samsung South Korea Yes
STMicroelectronics Geneva
Texas Instruments U.S.A.
Trident Microsystems, Inc. U.S.A.
ViXS Canada
Xceive U.S.A. Yes
Zoran U.S.A.

Inactive/Rebranded Chipset Vendors

This section lists vendors that are no longer in operation, have been merged and operate under a different name or that have been rebranded. It also includes manufacturers that no longer make TV-related products.

Sortable Table of Inactive/Rebranded Chipset Vendors
Vendor Headquarters Fate
Afatech Taiwan Merged with ITE Tech. Inc. in 2008
Brooktree Corporation U.S.A. Bought by Rockwell Semiconductors in 1996
E3C Technologies Actual vendor is Tai-Hui; E3C is a branding name
EMPIA Technology Taiwan Merged with eGalax Inc. in December 2006 to become EETI
Mirconas Switzerland
Mitel Canada
Oren Acquired by Zoran Corporation in June 2005
Philips Semiconductors Netherlands Semiconductors spun off as NXP Semiconductors
SPaSE Netherlands Acquired by Microtune in October 2001
Thomson France
ULi Electronics Acquired by Nvidia in 2006
Vision Group PLC Scotland Acquired by STMicroelectronics in 1999
VLSI Technology U.S.A. Acquired by NXP Semiconductors
VLSI Vision Ltd Scotland Renamed Vision Group PLC
Zarlink Semiconductor Canada Acquired by Intel in October 2005