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-- Miles Kirby, Director of Product Management at Qualcomm, will present Qualcomm's corporate mission to enable applications for wireless applications. He will address the issues faced by displays, with the proliferation of applications for wireless handsets, including power consumption, viewability and readability.
-- Don Carkner, VP of Product Planning at iFire, will discuss iFire's TDEL technology, suitable for large-size HDTV markets, which can provide 'CRT-like' performance with low capital and model costs. iFire is now ramping up a pilot production line for 34" 720p prototypes, and Mr. Carkner will discuss the company's future strategies for success.
-- Tom Credelle, VP of Engineering at Clairvoyante, will discuss how the growth of widely available multimedia content for portable devices, such as mobile phones, game units, and media players, is creating serious design challenges for display manufacturers. Mr. Credelle will present cost-effective ways of balancing the features needed to jump on the multimedia bandwagon through the use of novel RGBW pixel layouts and sub-pixel rendering processing.
For a full agenda with speaker biographies and abstracts, please visit http://www.DisplaySearch.com/usfpd2006/agenda.html.
The 8th Annual DisplaySearch US FPD Conference is sponsored by 3M Vikuiti, LG.Philips LCD, Samsung, Syntax-Brillian, Micronas, Coherent Lambda Physik, Silicon Image and the USDC. Media supporters include Cleverdis, CustomRetailer, Dealerscope, HomeToys and Veritas et Visus. The official newswire sponsor is Business Wire.