Leadis Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: LDIS) announced its participation at IIC-Taiwan 2008 – Taiwan’s largest IC application technologies exhibition taking place from September 9 – 11, 2008. In addition to prominently demonstrating its latest innovative products, Leadis also will host a display technology seminar on September 9th at the exhibition venue – Taiwan World Trade Centre.
The company will showcase its RGBW display driver solution containing VPW[tm] RGBW technology and Leadis PowerLite[tm] dynamic backlight control (DBC) technology, as well as its leading edge LED drivers, audio CODECs and touch controllers.
Products Highlights include:
- LED Drivers for LCD backlighting – featuring the company’s highly efficient charge pump based LED drivers for backlight control applications
- RGBW Display Solutions – featuring VPW[tm] RGBW technology with PowerLite[tm] DBC/ALS low-power algorithms, and a VPW Mobile HD[tm] display
- Touch Controllers – Leadis’ PureTouch[tm] Family of low-power capacitive touch controller ICs for capacitive button, slider, and scroll applications will be displayed
- Audio Solutions – Proprietary power saving audio CODECs, headphone amplifiers and FM transmitters will be exhibited
Leadis Technology will be welcoming IIC-Taiwan visitors at Booth 2G05, Hall 2, Taipei World Trade Center. A special seminar dedicated major issues in “Advanced Display Technology” will be held from 11:30am-12:20pm on Tuesday, September 9th at Conference Room 1, 1st Floor, Taipei World Trade Center. Interested parties are welcomed to join. Please book your demonstration visit or reserve your seat for the seminar by calling Tracy Lam, Director World-Wide Marketing Communications at 852-21528880, or emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Leadis Technology, Inc.
Leadis Technology, Inc., headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, designs, develops and markets analog and mixed-signal semiconductors that enable and enhance the features and capabilities of mobile and consumer electronics devices. Leadis’ product offerings include color display drivers, which are critical components of displays used in mobile consumer electronic devices; LED drivers, which provide controlled levels of current required to drive light emitting diodes in diverse applications including mobile backlight units; Power Management ICs including LDOs, LDO controllers, shunt references, thermal switches, current regulators, and battery charger controllers; audio CODEC and FM transmitter ICs, which are integral components in mobile media players and their associated aftermarket accessories; and touch controller ICs, which enable highly reliable touch-based input controls and attractive industrial design options for both mobile and non-mobile applications.