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Apr

Kiwi Semiconductor and Eyenix Launch iCCTV™ Camera Platform

Kiwi Semiconductor and Eyenix announce next generation analog iCCTV™ surveillance camera platform designs which offers and enables unprecedented levels of remote coax communications capability to the wider market. Eyenix’s EN573/EN574 iCCTV™ design featuring Kiwi Semiconductor’s KA909A provides the installer with optimal levels of control at both the camera and DVR ends during the installation process.

Kiwi Semiconductor founder & CEO, Luc Lussier “We believe this is currently the most competitive high-end analog camera design available to the market as it offers a level of performance at a price point that has not previously been available”. The iCCTV™ reference design has already seen leading CCTV manufacturers adopt the platform and both companies anticipate significant growth within the mid-high end analog CCTV market. Camera module samples will be available for evaluation purposes from May 2013.

Kiwi Semiconductor will be demonstrating their iCCTV™ camera designs exclusively at ISC West in Las Vegas (10-12th April 2013). For details or further information, contact Luc Lussier (luc@kiwisemi.com) or visit www.icctv.com.

About Eyenix:Eyenix designs and manufactures image signal processors (ISP’s) for both SD and HD surveillance cameras. Based in Korea, Eyenix has seen significant success due to the rapid uptake of it’s EN573/EN574 analog CCTV camera platforms and EN773 HDcctv™ camera solutions. For more information visit www.eyenix.com, or contact Eyenix Sales Manager Ms. Monica (buyang@eyenix.com).

About Kiwi Semiconductor:Kiwi Semiconductor has pioneered the concept of the companion IC’s and is focused on security cameras and networked CCTV systems. Kiwi Semiconductor’s Companion IC’s help to reduce time-to market, bill-of-material costs and the size of camera boards while improving product quality and performance. Designed on a robust and cost-effective Analog CMOS process. Kiwi Semiconductor Ltd. is a privately held company based in Auckland, New Zealand. For more information, visit: www.kiwisemi.com

Contact:
Luc Lussier
819 829 8072
luc@kiwisemi.com
Kiwi Semiconductor Ltd.

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