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Chrontel  Profile

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Chrontel  Company Overview

Founded in 1986, Chrontel designs, develops and markets semiconductors which enable personal computing platforms to transmit visual information to a variety of display devices, such as televisions and flat panel monitors. Chrontel is a leading provider of TV-Out integrated circuits for that connect desktop or notebook computers to standard televisions and solutions which interface computing platforms with flat panel and notebook computer displays and high definition televisions.

Chrontel  Products

The types of products manufactured by Chrontel include TV Encoder ICs, DVI Transmitters, LVDS Transmitters, and DVD Encoder ICs.

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