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ESS Technology  Profile

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ESS Technology  Company Overview

ESS Technology, Inc., designs and markets high-performance digital video processor and imaging sensor semiconductors for the consumer digital entertainment, digital home, and camera-enabled cellular phone markets. ESS products include highly integrated chips for DVD recorders, DVD players, VCD players, digital media players, digital audio systems, and camera phones.

ESS Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by ESS Technology include HD Enhanced DVD Processors, DVD Decoders for DVD Player applications, Digital Media Player (DMP) Solutions, DVD Encoder/Decoders, VGA Sensor Modules, VGA Camera Phone Modules, 1.3 Mega-Pixel CMOS Sensor Modules, 2.0 Mega-Pixel CMOS Camera Phone Modules, and 3.2 Mega-Pixel CMOS Camera Phone Modules.

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