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Himax Technologies  Profile

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Himax Technologies  Company Overview

Himax Technologies, Inc. (Himax) is a fabless driver IC design company founded on June 12, 2001. Himax designs, develops and markets complete driver IC solutions (gate drivers, source drivers, timing controllers, and operational amplifiers) for various TFT-LCD applications, including handsets, digital still cameras (DSCs), camcorders, car navigators, portable DVD players, note book computers, monitors, and TVs.

Himax Technologies  Products

The types of products manufactured by Himax Technologies include Display drivers, timing controllers, TV chipsets and tuner modules, LCOS products.

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