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Atsana takes next step in launching multi-media processors; inks development deal

News | 05/13/2002 4:00 am EDT

Atsana Semiconductor Corp. is confident that a recently signed co-development agreement with a major U.S.-based camera-on-a-chip company will translate into larger deals with handset and wireless device OEMs. Last month, the Ottawa-based multimedia processor developer (formerly known as Lumic Electronics) inked an agreement with OmniVision Technologies Inc. of Sunnyvale CA to develop a chip level reference design platform that is expected to improve the performance of video-enabled handsets and wireless cameras.

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