Change in Direction

N. S.
December 2007
Red Herring;12/1/2007, Vol. 4 Issue 30, p32
Trade Publication
The article focuses on high technology startup Amimon based in Israel. The semiconductor company was founded by Yoav Nissan Cohen. Amimon develops technology for wireless transmission of high-definition video. Amimon is trying to set the standard for wireless high-definition television so Cohen is focusing his efforts on big-name consumer electronics giants in Japan, South Korea and China. Amimon is one of dozens of tech startups these days with headquarters in Israel, and no plans to move. Some of the Israeli startups targeting Asia, include WiNetworks, a developer of wireless and digital video broadcast solutions; and Siano Mobile Silicon, a player in the emerging mobile digital television market.


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