Herzliya, Israel, February 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Dblur’s Software Lens™ technology is approved and supported by MediaTek baseband chips.
Dblur, the developer of Software Lens™ technology, today announced that their Software Lens™ technology has been approved by MediaTek, a leading semiconductor company for wireless communications and digital media solutions, for use in conjunction with their baseband chips.
Dblur’s Extended Depth of Field (EDoF) technology was approved after months of rigorous testing. In addition, MediaTek has approved Dblur’s stand-alone chip, PD3615SA available from Pantek.
“The market for EDoF solutions is obviously ripe,” says Guy N. Michrowski, VP Sales and Marketing of Dblur Technologies. “The availability of this technology used in conjunction with MTK’s baseband chips is perfectly timed. Now MTK’s customers can offer fixed focus cameras with ‘Auto-Focus’ functions, including Macro images (from 15cm), business card scanning as well as bar code recognition. By supporting such cameras, we allow our customers to propose a significantly better value proposition to the end-user,” he adds.
Dblur’s EDoF technology approval by MediaTek is a significant milestone for the company as it ensures Dblur’s technology is now available to MediaTek’s mobile phone vendor customers and provides them with significant competitive advantages.
Mass production for the Dblur enabled camera and phones is already in progress, and mobile phone vendors are invited to request samples for evaluation and integration.
For more information please contact:
Mr. Guy Michrowsky
VP Marketing & Sales
Notes to the Editor
Founded in 2000, Dblur’s proprietary and patented Software Lens™ technology addresses current and future challenges facing the mobile imaging industry by enabling low cost, high performance, miniature camera modules. The modules deliver superior optical performance and greater functionality including Extended Depth of Field (EDoF), slim lens profiles, and wide aperture lenses for greater sensitivity in low light applications. Dblur-enabled lenses and chips are available as off-the-shelf products from tier-one sensor and optic lens vendors around the world.
The company’s head office is located in Herzliya, Israel with offices in Taiwan and China.
For more information, please visit their website: http://www.dblur.com