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Download SAA7130 TV Card Computer Driver Update


 



MEDIA
SAA7130 TV Card
1-23-2007
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Philips Semiconductors
1.3.5.5
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Description extracted from Wikipedia:
NameNXP Semiconductors
Founded2006, formerly a division of Philips
Key peopleRick Clemmer, President & CEO
Home pagehttp://www.nxp.com/
IndustryElectronics
Number of employees23,660
Revenueincrease US$ 4.358 Billion (2012)

NXP Semiconductors is a semiconductor manufacturer. It is one of the worldwide top 20 semiconductor sales leaders and was founded in 1953, when the Philips Board started a semiconductor operation with manufacturing and development in Nijmegen, Netherlands. Formerly known as Philips Semiconductors, the company was sold by Philips to a consortium of private equity investors in 2006. The new name, NXP, stood for the consumer's "next experience", according to then-CEO Frans van Houten. On August 6, 2010, NXP completed its IPO, with shares trading on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol NXPI. On 23 December 2013 NXP Semiconductors is a component of the NASDAQ 100. NXP Semiconductors provides mixed signal and standard product solutions based on its RF, analog, power management, interface, security and digital processing expertise. More informally, NXP has characterized its strategy as focusing on "products with no big chip in the middle." These semiconductors are used in a wide range of "smart" automotive, identification, wireless infrastructure, lighting, industrial, mobile, consumer and computing applications. Headquartered in Eindhoven, Netherlands, the company has approximately 24,000 employees working in more than 25 countries-including 3,300 employees in Research & Development-and reported sales of $4.358 billion in 2012. NXP's shipment-based revenue in Greater China is twice as big compared to Europe, and 8,000 of the company's employees are based in China. NXP is the co-inventor of near field communication (NFC) technology along with Sony and supplies NFC chip sets which enable mobile phones to be used to pay for goods, and store and exchange data securely. NXP ranks number one in chips for eGovernment applications such as electronic passports; number one in transport and access management, with the chip set and contactless card for MIFARE used by many major public transit systems worldwide; and is number one in RFID tags and labels. In addition, NXP is the global market leader in many other areas, including automotive chips for in-vehicle networking, passive keyless entry and immobilization, and car radios, as well as silicon tuners for the TV and set-top-box market. As of February 2011, NXP had shipped over one billion ARM processor-based chips, and with its LPC microcontrollers, NXP is the only provider of microcontrollers with a roadmap based exclusively on 32-bit ARM architecture. NXP invented the I²C interface over 30 years ago and is the number one supplier of I²C solutions in the world. NXP is also the number one volume supplier of standard logic devices, and celebrated its 50 years in logic (via its history as both Signetics and Philips Semiconductors) in March 2012. According to CEO Rick Clemmer, key growth areas for NXP include energy-efficient GreenChip technology, wirelessly controlled smart lighting, authentication technology, and solutions for the Smart Home or home automation market. NXP is also involved in sensors for various applications such as automotive, white goods and home appliances, industrial automation, and building automation. NXP currently owns approximately 11,000 issued or pending patents.



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