Philips pairing `Big Cats' with TriMedia

October 1996
Electronic News;10/28/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2140, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on Philips Semiconductors' introduction of its Big Cats family of video graphics controllers (VGC). Part of the company's efforts to penetrate the entire multimedia chip market; Debut of Philips' TriMedia multifunction digital signal processor (DSP); Support for a wide range of concurrent applications.


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