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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Tvia, Inc.(Nasdaq: TVIA), a leading provider of digital display processors for advanced flat-panel TVs, broadcast digital DVRs, consumer displays, and monitorproducts, today announced that Samsung Electronics has adopted Tvia's Cyber Pro5202 video and graphics display processor across its full range of digital video recorder systems for security and surveillance applications.
Tvia's video and graphics display processors in the CyberPro and TrueView families are used by the world's leading broadcast and consumer electronics companies. Samsung Electronics is one of the world's leading consumer electronics and industrial system manufacturers and its Video Surveillance &Security group is aggressively expanding market share for security DVR products worldwide.
"Samsung Electronics selected Tvia's CyberPro 5202 processor for our popular SHR series of security DVR products from 4-channel retail solutions to complex 16-channel industrial systems," said Goo Ho Kang, Principal Engineer,Digital Video Division, Digital Media Business of Samsung Electronics. "The CyberPro 5202 processor provides an extended matrix of video capture inputs,high-quality 2D graphic controls and a wide range of video output formats which allowed our product design group to improve product performance while reducing the system cost. The support we received from Tvia's application engineering group was excellent and allowed us to rapidly migrate the solution to all of the products in the SHR line," said Mr. Kang .
The high end security DVR market is one of the fastest growing technology markets due to the increased requirements worldwide for significantly highersecurity capabilities. The new generation of DVRs has enhanced visual image capabilities with features such as High Definition Video, increased graphics capabilities and face recognition. Deployment estimates for high end DVRs for2007 are in excess of 3 million units worldwide.