Semtech Features Gennum Video Products, World’s Longest-Reach SDI (Serial Digital Interface) Equalizer and World’s Largest Crosspoint at NAB 2012

Semtech Corporation (Nasdaq: SMTC), a leading supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, today announced it will showcase the most comprehensive, end-to-end portfolio of broadcast SDI video solutions available. This will be the first demonstration of the Gennum product line following Semtech’s acquisition of Gennum Corporation in March 2012. Semtech’s Gennum product line will be demonstrated at booth #N411, in Las Vegas next week at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) exhibition. Demonstrations will include the new GS3480 cable driver platform, the GS3440 long-reach adaptive equalizer platform, video optical module solutions and the industry-leading GX3290 video crosspoint platform.

In addition, Semtech will be hosting an invitation-only technology suite, demonstrating its next generation broadcast SDI technology platform.

“We are very excited to have the Gennum product line as part of the Semtech product offering and we are firmly committed to continued excellence and market leadership in broadcast SDI solutions,” said Mohan Maheswaran, Chief Executive Officer of Semtech Corporation.

“For more than 20 years, the Gennum brand has been the SDI solution for customers. The dedicated focus on innovative broadcast SDI technology and best-in-class application support uniquely position Semtech’s Gennum Video platforms to deliver industry-leading solutions to our broadcast customers and their real world applications,” said Gary Beauchamp, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Gennum Product Group. “Combined with Semtech, we can now offer our broadcast customers additional power, protection, touch sensing and wireless solutions.”

Semtech will showcase continued leadership in broadcast semiconductor technology with the Gennum portfolio of advanced solutions for the most demanding broadcast applications. Some of these applications include broadcast routers, multiviewers, cameras, distribution amplifiers, monitors, and satellite receivers.


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